Georgia Tech is close to issuing a request for proposals to pick a development adviser for the school’s nearly 700,000-square-foot High Performance Computing Center proposed in Midtown’s Technology Square. Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
David Bader will be presenting the session "Scientist Scarcity Lies in Automation," where delegates will gain insight on how network transformation plays a role in enabling enterprises to migrate and better support a cloud environment. Source: Examiner
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a computational model that can predict video game players’ in-game performance and provide a corresponding challenge they can beat, leading to quicker mastery of new skills. The researchers used a method called collaborative filtering, a popular technique employed by Netflix and Amazon in product ratings and recommendations. While Netflix recommends movies, the gaming model recommends the next challenge for players, adjusting game difficulty by computationally forecasting in-game performance.