Cybersecurity

Georgia Tech Teams up with Intel to Protect Artificial Intelligence from Malicious Attacks Using SHIELD

A team of Georgia Tech researchers has developed a fast and practical way to protect artificial intelligence (AI) systems – such as those used in self-driving cars – from malicious attacks on image recognition software that could lead to such a disastrous

CSE Discusses Research with Industry Leaders at the 2018 Strategic Partnership Summit

CSE held its third annual Strategic Partnership Program Summit, May 1, to discuss research with industry leaders.

Awards Celebration Highlights GT Computing Community Achievements

The College of Computing recognized the achievements of its students, faculty, and staff with the 27th Annual Awards Ceremony.

CSE Ph.D. Students Claim Three Prestigious Fellowships

CSE Ph.D. Students, Shang-Tse Chen, Fred Hohman, and Minsuk (Brian) Kahng, received fellowships from IBM, NASA, and Google.

CSE Explores the Boundaries of HPC, Data Science, and India

CSE faculty travled to India to take part in two conferences, HiPC2017 and ICMLDS2017.

Georgia Tech Awarded $1.2M NSF Grant to Protect Machine Learning Based Systems from Malicious Attacks

Georgia Tech is leading a $1.2 million project to develop a system to protect the security of machine learning (ML) based systems.

Five New Faculty Join CSE

Georgia Tech Welcomes Five New Faculty Members to the School of Computational Science and Engineering.

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