Computing Graduate Students Flex Academic and Powerlifting Muscles

Foley Scholar finalists Stevie Chancellor and Tesca Fitzgerald address physical challenges by participating in powerlifting.

Grad Student Vivian Chu Named One of the "25 Women In Robotics You Need to Know About" in 2016

Georgia Tech graduate student Vivian Chu joins a distinguished group of roboticists named on Robohub’s 2016 list of “25 Women In Robotics You Need To Know About.”

Explaining Why a Problem Matters Key to 3MT Success

Tesca Fitzgerald is a finalist in the 2016 Georgia Tech 3MT competition.

120+ Young Women Participate in Black Girls Code Robot Expo

More than 120 young women recently participated in a Black Girls Code event at GT Computing.

Chernova Earns NASA Early Career Faculty Award

Chernova’s grant, worth up to $200,000 per year over three years, is awarded to outstanding early career faculty focused on space technology development addressing critical needs in the U.S. space program.

New Technique Controls Autonomous Vehicles in Extreme Conditions

Georgia Tech researchers have devised a novel way to help keep a driverless vehicle under control as it maneuvers at the edge of its handling limits.

Using Stories to Teach Human Values to Artificial Agents

Researchers from Interactive Computing unveil “Quixote” to teach AI positive behavior.


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