Welcome New IC Faculty: Seven Join School from Variety of Research Areas

Take a quick glance at the new research coming to the School of Interactive Computing in 2020.

New AI Method Lets Robots Get By With a Little Help From Their Friends

A new low-bandwidth approach lets robots working as a team share information to complete a common task.

People Think Robots Are Pretty Incompetent and Not Funny, New Study Says

Two new studies from the College of Computing look for gender bias in people's perceptions of robots.

Looking for Activities at Home? Try These Interactive Tools from IC Researchers

These are just a couple of the tools you can interact with online, giving you opportunities from learning how to code to creating art.

Passing the Torch: Georgia Tech Roboticists Lead Future Generation of Women in the Field

Ph.D. Student De'Aira Bryant uses the leadership of adviser Ayanna Howard to help guide her and future generations of women in robotics.

Changing the Conversation: Georgia Tech Researchers Provide New Approach to Automated Story Generation

Research from Georgia Tech’s School of Interactive Computing provides a novel approach that improves the combination of automated story generation with natural language.

Opportunities for Impact: Startup Zyrobotics Helped Ayanna Howard Reach More People

For the past six years, Zyrobotics has developed personalized technologies that stimulate social, cognitive, and motor skill development using fun and educational applications.

MURI Launches at Georgia Tech

More than 40 researchers gathered at Georgia Tech’s CODA building on August 22 to discuss these possibilities at the kick-off for a $6.25 million Department of Defense’s Multidisciplinary University Research Initiatives (MURI) grant to study the phenomena

'MacGyver'-like Robot Can Build Own Tools By Assessing Form, Function of Supplies

The breakthrough is a significant step toward enabling intelligent agents to devise more advanced tools that could prove useful in hazardous and potentially life-threatening environments.


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