People and Technology

Georgia Tech’s Secure and Safe Elections Research Group to Provide Live Wait Times to Fulton County Voters on Election Day

One of the early efforts of the group is to measure and report live wait times to voters at the 250 polling locations in Fulton County on election day, Nov. 3. The website wait.gatech.edu will go live that day and allow users to search for a location.

ACM/IEEE Recognizes Chair's Service to Computer Science Community

Newly appointed School of Computer Science Chair Vivek Sarkar has been selected for a 2020 ACM/IEEE Ken Kennedy CS Award.

C4G BLIS Update Improves Usability, Could Prove Useful in Fight Against Disease Outbreaks

A system that has helped bring digital record keeping to hospitals across Africa has received a needed update for new platforms like smartphones and tablets.

ML@GT Faculty Members Will Discuss Projects Related to Covid-19 Relief During Virtual Panel

Members of the ML@GT community will discuss their Covid-19 related research efforts in a panel discussion on June 24, 2020.

Interactive Tool Helps People See Why Staying Home Matters During a Pandemic

A new interactive modeling tool can help people understand why social distancing is so important.

Four Machine Learning Faculty Members Earn Promotions and Tenure

Four faculty members at the Machine Learning Center at Georgia Tech have received promotions or been granted tenure.

Computing Professor Uses Virtual Reality to Move Major Conference Online

For the first time in its 26-year history, IEEE VR will meet in an all-virtual environment.

ML@GT Displays Diverse Research Interests at NeurIPS

Georgia Tech will present 30 papers at one of the hottest conferences in artificial intelligence.

Making Sure Computing Machines Don’t Stereotype People

Georgia Tech researchers develop an algorithm that is less biased towards different populations.

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