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Student Interns Translate Data into Action for Atlanta

Data Science for Social Good (DSSG) students and mentors showcased innovative projects at their July 24th event at Ponce City Market

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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.

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Dynamic Duos: Algorithm Aces Dana Randall and Sarah Cannon

Ph.D. student Sarah Cannon and her advisor, Professor Dana Randall, look beyond nuts-and-bolts of traditional data to deal with more theoretical issues.

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10 Questions: Rich DeMillo, Ph.D. CS '72, A Disruptive Force in Higher Education

Head of Georgia Tech’s C21U, Rich DeMillo oversees a living laboratory for experimenting on the ways faculty teach and students learn.

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Georgia Tech Partners with USC for $6.8 Million DARPA Project

The School of Computational Science and Engineering is teaming with USC to develop software that can operate on new advanced processors being developed by DARPA

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Georgia Tech Hosts International Conference on Computational Creativity

The five-day event was attended by computing faculty and students from around the world.

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New Ph.D. Program Highlights Growing Importance of Machine Learning

Georgia Tech has been approved by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia to establish a Ph.D. in machine learning program.

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Four GT Computing Students Earn 2017 IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Awards

GT Computing students have earned IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Awards.

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GT Computing Celebrates Graduate and Undergraduate New Alumni

GT Computing held two celebration events to honor its Spring 2017 graduates.

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Master of Information Security Degree Expands Across Three Colleges

New Master of Science degree recognizes broad scope of cybersecurity.

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