Georgia Tech researchers found that chatbots are less accurate in Spanish, Chinese, and Hindi compared to English when asked health-related questions.
The National Institute of Health (NIH) has awarded Yunan Luo a grant for more than $1.8 million to use artificial intelligence (AI) to advance protein research.
The feasibility study by Georgia Tech researchers explores using conditional normalizing flows (CNFs) to convert seismic data points into usable information and observable images. This potential ability could make monitoring underground storage sites more
M.S. student Meenakshi Manikandaswamy won a chess tournament hosted by the School of Computational Science and Engineering.
Schmidt Sciences has selected Kai Wang as one of 19 researchers to receive this year’s AI2050 Early Career Fellowship. In doing so, Wang becomes the first AI2050 fellow to represent Georgia Tech.
Thanks to a Georgia Tech researcher's new tool, application developers can now see potential harmful attributes in their prototypes.
Cardiologists and surgeons could soon have a new mobile augmented reality (AR) tool to improve collaboration in surgical planning.
Georgia Tech is one of the first research universities in the country to receive the GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip from NVIDIA for testing, study, and research.
The College of Computing’s countdown to commencement began on April 11 when students, faculty, and staff converged at the 33rd Annual Awards Celebration.