People and Technology

Learning Morse Code without Trying

Researchers have developed a system that teaches people Morse code within four hours using a series of vibrations felt near the ear

120+ Young Women Participate in Black Girls Code Robot Expo

More than 120 young women recently participated in a Black Girls Code event at GT Computing.

New App Paving Path For Improvements In Breast Cancer Patient Experience

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.

Turing Award Winner to Discuss Mind-Based Computation at ARC-IISP Distinguished Lecture

1995 Turing Award Winner Manuel Blue will present his latest insight regarding mind-based computation during the 2016 ARC-IISP Distinguished Lecture

$4.6 Million Grant to Aid People with Disabilities

The CACP is awarded a $4.6 million grant to research and develop wireless devices for people with disabilties.

Georgia Tech Community and Alumni Set to Slay Dragon Con 2016

Cybersecurity, robotics, wearable computers, virtual reality and space travel are among the topics faculty, students, and alumni will address during the convention, which is expected to draw more than 70,000 attendees over the Labor Day weekend.

Georgia Tech Computing Goes Big at KDD 2016

Seven papers from Georgia Tech were accepted to this year's ACM SIGKDD conference.

Minding Your Business: Cybersecurity in Georgia

A growing number of Georgia organizations are devoted to preventing cyberattacks, with Georgia Tech faculty, students and alumni driving this growth as threats increase.

Call for Fall 2016 ARC Fellowship Applications

Available to GT PhD students. Deadline: Monday morning, July 16, 2016.


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