People and Technology

New Tool Makes Misinformation Easier to Identify, Understand and Stop

CSE and Avast Software have developed MisVis, a tool that can help online users identify and stop the spread of misinformation

Computer Scientists Build, Test, and Present Model to Curb Online Ban Evasion

Students and faculty at Georgia Tech’s College of Computing published a study that can help online moderators stop ban evasion in its tracks.

The Link Between Transit Use and Early Covid Cases

A new study looks at the link between America’s mass transit use and Covid-19 cases at the beginning of the pandemic.

Major Philanthropic Grant Will Create New Center to Advance Open-Source Software

Using a new philanthropic grant, Georgia Tech will hire software engineers to write scalable, reliable, and portable open-source software for scientific research.

Georgia Tech Faculty Hold Workshop to Improve Integration of Ethics into Courses

To help students begin thinking about ethics with regards to research, faculty at Georgia Tech – in conjunction with Mozilla – held the first workshop on integrating ethics and responsible computing into courses this summer.

Georgia Tech Research Highlights Premier Artificial Intelligence Conference

Eighteen members of the Georgia Tech community contributed to eight papers that will be presented virtually at AAAI 2021, while two longtime contributors will join the ranks of the prestigious AAAI Fellows program.

Georgia Tech, 6 Collaborators Receive $5.9 Million NIH Grant for a National Center in AI-based mHealth Research

he NIH is issuing $5.9 million in funding for a new national biomedical technology resource center (BTRC), called the mHealth Center for Discovery, Optimization & Translation of Temporally-Precise Interventions (mDOT).

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.

Research Conference Shows Social Challenges are Manifested, Magnified, and Mitigated Online at Pivotal Time for Nation

The value of online mental health communities, how crisis events are described differently over time on social media, and refining how cyberbullying is detected and classified are major topics of research from Georgia Tech at ICWSM 2020.


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