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  • Noura Howell Receives NSF CAREER Award to Study Emotion AI

    July 1, 2024

    Georgia Tech’s Noura Howell received a prestigious NSF CAREER award to study emotion AI, which infers people’s emotions from their facial expressions. She discusses the award and her project, as well as this technology’s potential and pitfalls.

    Assistant Professor Noura Howell
  • Middle Schoolers’ Feedback Informs New Approach to AI-based Museum Exhibits

    June 21, 2024

    Researchers at Georgia Tech are creating accessible museum exhibits that explain artificial intelligence (AI) to middle school students, including the LuminAI interactive AI-based dance partner developed by Regents' Professor Brian Magerko.

    Ph.D. students Yasmine Belghith and Atefeh Mahdavi co-led a study in a museum setting that observed how middle schoolers interact with the popular AI chatbot ChatGPT. 

    Belghith and Mahdavi conducted their study with nine focus groups of 24 students at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry. The team used the findings to inform their design of AI exhibits that the museum could display as early as 2025. 

  • Dean Search Begins for Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

    June 5, 2024

    Georgia Tech will begin the search for the next dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. The search committee, chaired by Dean of Libraries Leslie Sharp, was chosen through a nomination process and includes a mix of faculty, staff, students, and alumni from within the college, as well as other units from across campus. 

  • Teaching AI to Collaborate, not Merely Create, Through Dance

    May 2, 2024

    Georgia Tech and KSU faculty are putting a collaborative AI system they’ve developed to the ultimate test: the world’s first collaborative AI dance performance.

  • LMC Professor Appears in New Hulu Documentary on ‘Black Twitter’

    April 29, 2024

    Brock's appearance in 'Black Twitter: A People's History' is based on a 2021 Wired series in which he also participated.

    André Brock, associate professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication

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