Robotics

'Human Rights' May Help Shape Artificial Intelligence in 2019

Georgia Tech researchers say ethics and transparency are likely top 2019 trends in the burgeoning field of AI.

School of CSE Chair David Bader Presents Keynote at PASC’18

David Bader is presenting at PASC'18 on massive-scale analytics applied to real world problems.

Georgia Tech Presenting 13 Papers at Premier Computer Vision Conference CVPR

More than 10 faculty members and many more students will be present at the five-day event in Salt Lake City.

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.

IC Presents Eight Papers at CVPR 2017

Assistant Professor Devi Parikh contributed to five of the papers, while Associate Professors Dhruv Batra and James Hays contributed to four and two, respectively.

What Machine Learning Will Change (Hint: Everything)

Today, computer algorithms poring over vast datasets can derive predictions or models from that data—all on their own. The “programming” paradigm has been upended. Welcome to the Machine Learning Revolution.

RoboJackets Providing Opportunity for Both Competition and Outreach

The RoboJackets are a five-team robotics organization with membership over 200 at Georgia Tech.

Vivian Chu Working to Provide Robots Basic Building Blocks for Cognition

As National Robotics Week is set to begin, one of Georgia Tech's Ph.D. students is helping teach robots vital reasoning skills.

Computing Graduate Students Flex Academic and Powerlifting Muscles

Foley Scholar finalists Stevie Chancellor and Tesca Fitzgerald address physical challenges by participating in powerlifting.

Grad Student Vivian Chu Named One of the "25 Women In Robotics You Need to Know About" in 2016

Georgia Tech graduate student Vivian Chu joins a distinguished group of roboticists named on Robohub’s 2016 list of “25 Women In Robotics You Need To Know About.”

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