A new $65 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration, announced by President Joe Biden will transform Georgia Tech's Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility (AMPF) into the Artificial Intelligence Manufacturing Pilot Facility (AI-MPF). The 24,000 square-foot facility on 14th Street will more than double in size. College of Engineering faculty will lead the initiative, which also includes community outreach projects across Georgia.
Researchers at Georgia Tech are working in the realm of computational neuroscience, a branch of neuroscience that uses mathematical models, computer simulations, and theoretical analysis of the brain to gain a deeper understanding of the nervous system.
Georgia Tech researchers have new published research at the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), a leading academic conference in machine learning, the field of computer science that gives computer systems the ability to learn from data.
Natural language processing (NLP) is a growing cornerstone of artificial intelligence and allows for people and machines to take action based on insights in digital text. New NLP research from Georgia Tech is allowing for patterns to be uncovered in this text and broaden the understanding of how to build better computer applications that derive value from written language.
A Georgia Tech research group in the School of Interactive Computing has developed a robotics system that exceeds existing standards for collaborative bots that work independently to achieve a shared goal.
Proteins are the molecular machinery that makes life possible, and researchers have long been interested in a key trait of protein function: their three-dimensional structure. A new study by Georgia Tech and Oak Ridge National Laboratory details a computational tool able to predict the structure of protein complexes – and lends new insights into the biomolecular mechanisms of their function.
Students in the Tokyo Smart City studio, of the Eco Urban Lab, are changing the way we plan cities. Using machine learning techniques on data from smartphones, GPS, and Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, students develop proposals based on measured human experience.
The Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization program at Georgia Tech is among the best in the nation as ranked by U.S. News for Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics. Jointly organized across the Colleges of Sciences, Engineering, and Computing, the program distinctively works across academic and research silos. Now, Santosh Vempala is working on expanding access to the program and evolving a legacy of excellence.
School of Public Policy researchers used machine learning to analyze the explanations users gave for downloading 1.6 million scientific reports. They found many reports were downloaded by everyday people seeking knowledge, signaling a strong desire for lifelong learning.
A School of Mathematics assistant professor wins an NSF award designed to reward and encourage early career scientists. Wenjing Liao will continue her research on bringing structure to complex datasets.
The new Center will advance ethics-in-technology-centered research, education, and engagement at the Georgia Institute of Technology in collaboration with communities, government, non-governmental organizations.
Roboticists from around the world, including researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, are publishing their latest work at the 2020 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), a two-week live online virtual affair the first part of June, with research activities continuing through August.