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Understanding How Data Scientists Understand Machine Learning Models

CSE Ph.D. Student Fred Hohman releases his latest software, Gamut, that aims to help data scientists understand machine learning outputs.

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Two New NVIDIA Collaborations Awarded to Georgia Tech with School of CSE’s Leadership

Georgia Tech is now the recipient of a NVIDIA AI Lab and Data Science Curriculum Partnership.

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Professor Recognized for Distinguished Record of Leadership in Establishing a School at Georgia Tech

Richard Fujimoto is this year’s recipient of the Class of 1934 Outstanding Interdisciplinary Activities Award.

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College's Skyrocketing Stature, Global Impact Highlights of Galil's Legacy as Dean of Computing

Georgia Tech's Zvi Galil is stepping down following his highly successful tenure as dean of the College of Computing.

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AISTATS 2019 will be held in Okinawa, Japan where Georgia Tech researchers will present 12 papers.

The Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Statistics: ML@GT Researchers Present 12 Papers at AISTATS

AISTATS is an artificial intelligence, machine learning, and statistics conference that begins on April 16, 2019. Georgia Tech will present 12 papers at the conference.

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Koby Hayashi Presents at HiPC

Koby Hayashi Aims to Emphasize Interpretability with HPC-focused Fellowship

CSE Ph.D. student Koby Hayashi wins the prestigious DOE CSG Fellowship focused on HPC.

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2019 College of Computing Fellowships

Six Members of GT Computing Awarded Prestigious Fellowships

J.P. Morgan, IBM, Snap, and Facebook awarded six College of Computing faculty and students.

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Eight faculty members affiliated with the Machine Learning Center at Georgia Tech have received tenure or a promotion that will begin for the 2019-2020 academic year.

College of Computing Faculty Members Receive Tenure and Promotion

Eight faculty members associated with the Machine Learning Center at Georgia Tech have received promotions or tenure.

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Try your Hand at Art and Computing this Weekend with Georgia Tech’s Horizon Make-a-thon

HackGT is hosting Horizons, a make-a-thon that integrates art with computing, this weekend at Georgia Tech.

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