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Kendra Lewis-Strickland, Program Manager of the South Big Data Hub

IDEaS represents Georgia Tech and the South Big Data Hub at Annual Big Data Meeting

The workshop brought together over 150 key stakeholders in the Big Data programs funded by the National Science Foundation.

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Understanding Adversarial Attack on Graph Structured Data Graph

CSE Researchers Assess Adversarial Attacks on Networks

Researchers from CSE lead initiative to assess the mechanisms by which adversarial attacks on graph structured data harm machine learning models and how to thwart them.

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PASC'18 - Basel - Bader Presents Keynote

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.

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South Big Data Hub Partners on Development of New Nationwide Data Storage Network Under NSF Grant

The South Big Data Hub is one of four regional big data hub partners awarded a $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the initial development of a data storage network over the next two years.

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Dana Randall addresses the audience of the new Machine Learning in Science and Engineering Conference, held at Carnegie Mellon University

New Conference Bridges Intellectual Barriers Across Machine Learning Applications

Dana Randall of Georgia Tech and Newell Washburn of Carnegie Mellon University led the formation of the new annual Machine Learning in Science and Engineering Conference.

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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.

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SHIELD - Diagram: Secure Heterogeneous Image Ensemble with Localized Denoising

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

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School of Computational Science and Engineering Showcases Parallel and Distributed Computing Research at IPDPS’18

Georgia Tech research is presented at the 32nd IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium.

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SaBra Neal - CSE Ph.D. Graduate

SaBra Neal is the First African American Ph.D. Graduate of the School of CSE

SaBra Neal is the first African American Ph.D. graduate from the School of Computational Science and Engineering.

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