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New Deep Learning Approach Improves Access to Sleep Diagnostic Testing

CSE Associate Professor Jimeng Sun and Ph.D. student Siddharth Biswal are part of a research team with Massachusetts General Hospital that have created a deep learning algorithm to perform sleep diagnostic testing.

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'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.

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Designers, Programmers, and Researchers Join Forces to Create a New Kind of Digital Magazine Called the Parametric Press

CSE Ph.D. Student Fred Hohman is working to apply interactive visualizations to a personal project that brings online articles to life.

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HiCOO Takes Home Best Student Paper Title of Supercomputing 2018 by Creating a New Storage Format

CSE recent graduate Jiajia Li's paper, HiCOO, won best student paper award at Supercomputing 2018.

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17th Graph500 List Announced, The Top Machines for Running Data Applications Remain Steadfast Several Years Running

The 17th Graph500 list — which ranks supercomputers based on how quickly they can build knowledge from massive-scale data sets — was released Nov. 13.

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NeurIPS 2018 will be held in Montreal, Quebec and is one of the premier AI conferences around the world. Photo Credit: Tourism Quebec

Georgia Tech Will Show Off Latest Research at AI’s ‘Hottest’ Conference

Georgia Tech will present 26 papers at NeurIPS, a premier AI conference happening December 2-8 in Montreal, Quebec.

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First Rogue Takes Flight: How CRNCH Builds Strong Industry Partnerships

CRNCH has helped improve the Emu Chick computer in its first year.

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Georgia Tech’s Leading High-Performance Computing Scientists Showcase Research Highlights at Supercomputing 2018

Georgia Tech researchers head to the Supercomputing conference in Dallas, Texas this week.

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Georgia Tech Superheroes of Supercomputing Make a Powerful Debut at SC’18

A new trading card series of superheroes represents Georgia Tech's latest high-performance computing research at the Supercomputing Conference series.

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