See and Say: Abhishek Das Working to Provide Crucial Communication Tools for Intelligent Agents

School of Interactive Computing student Abhishek Das has published a number of research papers in projects ranging from visual dialogue to a task called “embodied question answering.”

'Human Rights' May Help Shape Artificial Intelligence in 2019

Georgia Tech researchers say ethics and transparency are likely top 2019 trends in the burgeoning field of AI.

Seth Hutchinson Named New Executive Director of IRIM

Hutchinson is a professor and KUKA Chair for Robotics in Georgia Tech’s College of Computing and has served as associate director of IRIM.

New IC Assistant Professor Matthew Gombolay Takes Flight at Georgia Tech

Inspired by an experience in a flying lesson, Georgia Tech's Matthew Gombolay is researching how to make robotics more personal and trustworthy.

School of CSE Chair David Bader Presents Keynote at PASC’18

David Bader is presenting at PASC'18 on massive-scale analytics applied to real world problems.

Georgia Tech Presenting 13 Papers at Premier Computer Vision Conference CVPR

More than 10 faculty members and many more students will be present at the five-day event in Salt Lake City.

Robot Teaches Itself How to Dress People

A robot at the Georgia Institute of Technology is successfully sliding hospital gowns on people's arms

Awards Celebration Highlights GT Computing Community Achievements

The College of Computing recognized the achievements of its students, faculty, and staff with the 27th Annual Awards Ceremony.

Pardon the Interruption: IC's Siddhartha Banerjee Explores Convenience, Efficiency in Robotic Intrusion

Alongside advisor Sonia Chernova, Siddhartha Banerjee has been exploring interruptibility, an interesting and largely untapped area of robotics research.

CAREER Award To Help IC’s Byron Boots Bridge Gap Between Machine Learning, Engineering

Boots' research aims to develop new theory and algorithms that bridge the gap between machine learning and engineering approaches to robotics, which have traditionally been studied separately.


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