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Space Lace: Net Fishing in Low Earth Orbit
May 19, 2023
Lisa Marks is launching the ancient craft of fishing villages into space vehicle design. Her work adapting traditional textile handcraft to modern problems created a unique opportunity for collaboration cleaning up space debris.
Georgia Tech Graduate Student’s Augmented Reality App Plays Starring Role in DramaTech’s ‘Safety Show’
Feb 25, 2019
The augmented reality app was part of 'The Safety Show," a presentation of DramaTech.
Doctoral Student Adriana Alvarado Garcia Selected as UN Global Data Fellow
Feb 18, 2019
The Digital Media Ph.D. student was selected to work with the United Nations Development Programme.
EarSketch Team Receives $2.1 Million Grant to Add AI ‘Co-Creative’ To Platform
Sep 26, 2018
The AI assistant would not be a visual character, but would help students learn new techniques.
Magerko Named Director of Georgia Tech Graduate Studies in Digital Media
Aug 28, 2018
Brian Magerko, professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC), has been named director of the School’s influential Graduate Program in Digital Media (DGS).
New Autonomous Monitoring Approach Gives Farmers Detailed 4D Look at Crops
Jun 14, 2017
Georgia Tech Researchers have developed a new method for connecting a series of 3D reconstructions in to 4D model.
Robot Uses Deep Learning and Big Data to Write and Play its Own Music
Jun 13, 2017
A marimba-playing robot with four arms and eight sticks is writing and playing its own compositions in the School of Music.
Atlanta Joins 100 Resilient Cities Movement
Mar 9, 2017
Jennifer Hirsch, director of Tech's Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain, talks about her participation on the steering committee for the Resilient Atlanta initiative.
IC Professor Thad Starner named to prestigious CHI Academy
Feb 24, 2017
Thad Starner named to prestigious CHI Academy.
DiSalvo’s Public Design Workshop Featured in New MODA Exhibit on Food Production
Feb 23, 2017
A new exhibit at the Museum of Design Atlanta features projects from the Public Design Workshop, a design research studio led by Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication Associate Professor Carl DiSalvo.
Finding Credibility Clues on Twitter
Jan 26, 2017
Words of millions of people on social media have considerable information about an event’s credibility
New Techniques Allow Greater Control of Smartwatches
Jan 24, 2017
College of Computing researchers control smartwatches with breaths and taps.
Research Indicates Online Personal Health Records May Empower Ill Teens
Jan 18, 2017
A team of researchers found that, for many adolescents, online personal health records are expected as an active component of their health care.
Musical Table Teaches Basics of Computer Programming
Dec 14, 2016
A musical, interactive tabletop teaches the basics of computer coding.
White House Highlights Georgia Tech-Created Computer Science Teaching Tool
Dec 5, 2016
The White House highlights EarSketch, a Georgia Tech project that teaches coding to diverse audiences through music.
ActEarly App Helps Parents Track Childhood Developmental Milestones
Dec 5, 2016
Volunteer families are needed to test new app that tracks childhood development milestones.
Researchers Work with Kids in Mumbai to Examine Classroom Potential of Virtual Reality
wireless health monitoring — Nov 30, 2016
Computing Graduate Students Flex Academic and Powerlifting Muscles
Nov 22, 2016
Foley Scholar finalists Stevie Chancellor and Tesca Fitzgerald address physical challenges by participating in powerlifting.
Learning Morse Code without Trying
Oct 27, 2016
Researchers have developed a system that teaches people Morse code within four hours using a series of vibrations felt near the ear
New App Paving Path For Improvements In Breast Cancer Patient Experience
Oct 24, 2016
GT Computing students Maia Jacobs and Aditi Dhar are working on a mobile application that will help guide patients through their challenging journeys with breast cancer.
Addressing Environmental Challenges with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
Sep 28, 2016
NSF funding to link technologies from Georgia Tech, Smithsonian and IBM to study environment.
Data Science Fellowship Delivers Results for Refugees Resettling in Atlanta
wireless health monitoring — Aug 2, 2016
The Social Media Profile of the Black Lives Matter Movement
Jun 7, 2016
Study examines 29 million tweets surrounding four recent Black Lives Matter events.
Lower Income Families Less Likely to Use Online Learning Tools
May 12, 2016
Low-income parents are less likely to access free online educational resources or, when they do, they do so less effectively because of differences in motivation and parenting practices.
Artificial Intelligence Course Creates AI Teaching Assistant
May 9, 2016
Professor surprises students by using computer as a teaching assistant.
Obama Names Antón to Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity
Apr 13, 2016
President Barack Obama has selected Georgia Tech School of Interactive Computing Chair and Professor Ana (Annie) Antón to serve as one of 12 members of the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.
‘Civic Computing’ workshop leads an unlikely group of youth to help advance metro city’s vision
Mar 15, 2016
Even in an age of tweets, texts, and video chats, young people are willing to use their voice to support and shape the communities in which they live.
Algorithm Allows a Computer to Create a Vacation Highlight Video
Mar 10, 2016
Algorithm allows computer to scan 26 hours of video in three hours to create a highlight reel.
Banning Words on Instagram Doesn’t Help – It Makes It Worse
Mar 9, 2016
The pro-eating disorder community outsmarted Instagram censors in order to continue sharing content.
What Going Viral Looked Like 120 Years Ago
Mar 7, 2016
Researchers have developed a database of more than 10 million newspaper pages that is helping researchers see history with spatial information that hadn’t been available before.
Mellon Foundation Awards Georgia Tech $1 Million for New Digital Integrative Liberal Arts Center
Feb 22, 2016
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded the Georgia Institute of Technology a $1 million grant for a new learning center that will serve as an innovation engine driving digital humanities education and scholarship.
Wearable Robot Transforms Musicians into Three-Armed Drummers
Feb 17, 2016
A new wearable robotic limb allows drummers to play with three arms.
Using Stories to Teach Human Values to Artificial Agents
Feb 12, 2016
Researchers from Interactive Computing unveil “Quixote” to teach AI positive behavior.
In the Classroom with Ashok Goel
Jan 19, 2016
Goel, an award-winning professor in the College of Computing, talks about how he got into teaching and what inspires him in the classroom.
New Lab to Give Nation’s Researchers Remote Access to Robots
Jan 13, 2016
A new lab on campus will allow scientists around the country to upload programs and run experiments remotely.
How to Fall Gracefully If You’re a Robot
Oct 13, 2015
New algorithm teaches how to react to a variety of falls to minimize damage.
Researchers Develop Deep-Learning Method to Predict Daily Activities
Sep 28, 2015
Researchers from the School of Interactive Computing and the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines developed a new method that teaches computers to “see” and understand what humans do in a typical day.
How Celebrity Suicides Change Support-Seeking Practices on Social Media
Sep 24, 2015
Following celebrity suicides, Redditors show expressions that indicate increased and explicit suicidal tendencies.
The Spectacular Collision of Georgia Tech and Dragon Con
Sep 14, 2015
Georgia Tech’s stories of nerdy inspiration at the nation’s premier science fiction, fantasy, and pop culture fan convention.
ICRA 2015 Showcases Georgia Tech’s Newest Robotic and Automation Work
May 21, 2015
More than 40 researchers and students from across Georgia Tech will attend a premier international robotics event next week in Seattle – the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2015).
Thad Starner Discusses Whether a Computer Can Change the Essence of Who You Are
2022 Diversity Champion awards — Feb 14, 2015
How a wedding engagement changes Twitter feeds
Feb 13, 2015
Online personas change after people announce their wedding engagement on Twitter.
Demolition at the Movies
Feb 12, 2015
Georgia Tech Alumnus James O’Brien receives Academy Award for Technical Achievement in realistic animated destruction.
IPaT Director Beth Mynatt Invited to Launch of Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative
Jan 30, 2015
IPaT Executive Director Beth Mynatt will represent Georgia Tech today at the launch of President Barack Obama's Precision Medicine initiative.
Musical Robots Create Jazzy Tunes with Mason Bretan
Semiconductor Workforce — Jan 23, 2015
Georgia Tech grad among White House guests for State of the Union
Jan 20, 2015
Kathy Pham is among the 22 people the White House invited to hear President Obama’s speech from the first lady’s box.
Robots, student team up to create Miles Davis-inspired funk
Jan 16, 2015
A student and team of robots collaborate on an original, Miles Davis-inspired composition.
Making instruments and music
Jan 12, 2015
Inventions expand our assumed notion of what constitutes an instrument and the sounds it can produce.
ACM Taps Two CoC Faculty Among 2014 Fellows
Jan 9, 2015
Professors Mark Guzdial and Shamkant Navathe were among 47 computer scientists selected as fellows of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) this week for their innovations in the field.
Watson Goes to College
Jan 5, 2015
Ashok Goel, professor in the School of Interactive Computing, will use IBM's Watson computer in his Computational Creativity course.
Georgia Tech Teaches Robots to Be Social
Roswell Biotechnologies — Dec 30, 2014
Ashok Goel on Atlanta Tech Edge to Discuss Work with IBM's Watson
us-japan relations — Dec 30, 2014
Polo Chau's Smartphone Authentication Research Featured in Wired
in solidarity — Dec 20, 2014
Mark Guzdial Discusses CS Education in 'Seeking Coders, Tech Titans Turn to Schools'
salt water marshes — Dec 10, 2014
Henneman Announced as New Director of Georgia Tech's MS-HCI Program
Dec 10, 2014
Georgia Tech recently announced the appointment of Richard Henneman as the new director of its interdisciplinary MS program in Human-Computer Interaction (MS-HCI) and as professor of the practice in the School of Interactive Computing.
Co-robots Team Up with Humans
Nov 25, 2014
Robots are teaming up with humans to perform tasks in manufacturing, health care, national defense and other areas.
Cats and Athletes Teach Robots to Fall
wireless health monitoring — Nov 14, 2014
Munmun de Choudhury Explains How Algorithms Understand You
welbeing — Nov 11, 2014
Georgia Tech uses data science to promote social good
Jun 30, 2014
The Data Science for Social Good internship program is sponsored by Georgia Tech and Oracle.
Georgia Tech Health Research Reveals Online Search Patterns, New Customized Software
Apr 23, 2014
By creating proactive, accessible health and wellness technologies, Georgia Tech has taken significant steps in enabling people to control their own health to greater, more effective degrees.
Robotic Prosthesis Turns Drummer into a Three-Armed Cyborg
Mar 6, 2014
A new robotic prosthesis controls two drumsticks for an amputee.
Georgia Tech Study Reveals Copyright Complexities, Social Norms in Online Media Creation
Feb 19, 2014
In the age of mashups, fan fiction and content sharing, online media creation has spurred new complexities in copyright, effectively turning the legal concept of “fair use” on its ear, according to a new study from Georgia Tech.
Will You Share Your Opinion of Obama on Facebook?
Lost In Your Vibe — Jan 29, 2014
How Politics Divide Facebook Friendships
Jan 29, 2014
Study examines how politically active Facebook users interact with some but ignore others.
Georgia Tech Researchers Reveal Phrases that Pay on Kickstarter
Jan 14, 2014
New study finds that pitch language plays major role in success of projects on popular crowdfunding site
A Computer Scientist's Unexpected Run-In With... a Shark
A Computer Scientist's Unexpected Run-In With... a Shark — Dec 17, 2013
Nitsche edits special volume on performance and digital media
Nov 14, 2013
Exploring Public Perceptions of Future Wearable Computing
Nov 7, 2013
Study explores cultural differences of future wearable technology.
Georgia Tech Adds Industrial Design to Human Computer Interaction Master’s Program
Oct 29, 2013
Georgia Tech researchers study aging with disabilities
Oct 29, 2013
The Georgia Tech has received a five-year $4.6 million grant to increase understanding of the aging process for people with disabilities and use data gleaned from the study to develop technologies that will benefit them and others.
Where in the World are Young People Using the Internet?
Oct 7, 2013
A common myth today is that young people are all glued to the Internet, but in fact, only 30 percent of the world’s youth population between the ages of 15 and 24 years old have been active online for at least five years.
The School of Industrial Design Wins Two Awards at the International Symposium on Wearable Computers
Sep 18, 2013
The School of Industrial Design Wins Two Awards at the International Symposium on Wearable Computers.
FIDO Would Enable Dog-To-Human Communication
VLSI symposium — Jul 16, 2013
Creative Crowdsourcing Meets Military Training
Bradley Colquitt — Jun 8, 2013
Extension of Self — Mar 17, 2013
Robot Warriors: Lethal Machines Coming of Age
Georgia Power Research Center — Mar 4, 2013
Balch Introduces UGA to World of MOOCs
travel planning — Mar 1, 2013
Happy, Snappy Tweets Gain the Most Twitter Followers
Happy, Snappy Tweets Gain the Most Twitter Followers — Feb 27, 2013
Fitness-Tracking Data: Useful Tool or Dangerous Obsession?
neuromodulation — Feb 20, 2013
Back Rubs, Scrum Simulators, and Robot Theater
Linda Wills — Feb 16, 2013
What Every Parent Needs to Know About Snapchat
Aaron Stebner — Feb 15, 2013
Can Playing Games Keep You Safe Abroad?
Can Playing Games Keep You Safe Abroad? — Feb 14, 2013
Would You Announce Your Email Habits?
Tianyu Wang — Feb 7, 2013
Researchers Teach Robots Deception by Mimicking Squirrels
scientific literature — Jan 30, 2013
Talking, Walking Objects
Extension of Self — Jan 27, 2013
Guns, Violence, Games and the NRA’s Tedious New iOS App
2023 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges — Jan 16, 2013
News as Games: Immoral or Future of Interactive Journalism?
Christine Angelini — Jan 12, 2013
Colleges Are Warming Up to Online Learning
JS Coon Building — Jan 10, 2013
Google Glass Unlikely to Be Game Changer in 2013
early career teacher — Jan 3, 2013
Teaching Robots to Deceive
Kausik Chakrabarti — Dec 31, 2012
All the World's a Game, and Business Is a Player
Extension of Self — Dec 25, 2012
Robots are Already Replacing Us
in solidarity — Dec 25, 2012
Animal Bluffs Inspire A New Breed Of Deceptive Robots
VLSI symposium — Dec 5, 2012
Are Games Really That Persuasive?
Quantum and Semiconductor Physics — Nov 13, 2012
Glove Can Make You Mozart?
McMillan Street — Nov 13, 2012
Workplace Gossip: Is All Gossip At The Office Bad Gossip?
Society for Human Resource Management — Nov 7, 2012
How Twitter Language Reveals Your Gender
Julie Sonneberg — Nov 6, 2012
Georgia Tech and Emory Join Up With Coursera
Wordle — Nov 6, 2012
Georgia Tech Joins Push to Post Courses Online for Free
Aaron Stebner — Nov 6, 2012
Language Lessons Told Through Twitter
Georgia Power Research Center — Oct 27, 2012
Robots Get Around by Mimicking Primates
Robots Get Around by Mimicking Primates — Oct 26, 2012
Rescuing Journalism by Reducing it to Mindless Fun
Sigma Xi Research Awards — Oct 21, 2012
Brain-Controlled Devices May Help Paralyzed People
McMillan Street — Oct 18, 2012
Digital Test for Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease
student registration — Oct 17, 2012
Tech Uses High-Tech Glasses for Autism Research
CEISMC Research Associate Jayma Koval assists a high school student during REMEZCLA summer camp. — Oct 15, 2012
Gesture-sensing interfaces to rival keyboards and mice
Gesture-sensing interfaces to rival keyboards and mice — Oct 11, 2012
Home-Based Screening Tool Developed for Dementia
femspec — Oct 8, 2012
Gossip in the workplace serves a purpose, researcher says
Celia Kornegay — Oct 8, 2012
Drones Will Soon be Able to Kill during War without Human Assistance
Drones Will Soon be Able to Kill during War without Human Assistance — Oct 2, 2012
The Next Wave in US Robotic War: Drones on Their Own
Dr. Hannah Choi — Sep 29, 2012
AI Makes Worms More Informative in Genetic Research
Katherine Roberts — Aug 20, 2012