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ML@GT Faculty Receive Best Short Paper Award at EMNLP 2017

A recent work from School of Interactive Computing faculty Dhruv Batra and Stefan Lee and collaborators Satwik Kottur and José Moura at Carnegie Mellon University has been recognized as the Best Short Paper at the 2017 Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP) conference. The work, titled “Natural Language Does Not Emerge ‘Naturally’ in Multi-Agent… Continue reading ML@GT Faculty Receive Best Short Paper Award at EMNLP 2017

Awards · Faculty

Meet These Incredible Women Advancing A.I. Research, including our very own Devi Parikh

Our own Devi Parikh was featured as one of the “Incredible Women Advancing A.I. Research” by Forbes. Congrats to Devi. Devi Parikh is an Assistant Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech and a Visiting Researcher at Facebook AI Research (FAIR). After receiving her masters and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering… Continue reading Meet These Incredible Women Advancing A.I. Research, including our very own Devi Parikh

Awards · Faculty

Devi Parikh (IC) Awarded the Prestigious 2017 IJCAI Computers and Thought Award

Congrats to Devi Parkih of the School of Interactive Computing (IC) for being awarded the prestigious IJCAI Computers and Thought Award for 2017.  This award is presented every two years by International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) and is considered to be “the premier award for artificial intelligence researchers under the age of 35” to recognize outstanding young scientists… Continue reading Devi Parikh (IC) Awarded the Prestigious 2017 IJCAI Computers and Thought Award

Faculty · Seminars

ML@GT Seminar by Le Song (CSE) on “Embedding as a Tool for Algorithm Design” on April 5, 2017, 12:00n in EBB CHOA Room

Speaker: Le Song,  Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), GA Tech Location: Engineered Biosystems Building, CHOA Room (Map) Date/Time: April 5, 2017, 12:00n – 1:00pm (Lunch at 11:30am) Title: Embedding as a Tool for Algorithm Design Abstract: Many big data analytics problems are intrinsically complex and hard, making the design of effective and scalable algorithms very challenging.… Continue reading ML@GT Seminar by Le Song (CSE) on “Embedding as a Tool for Algorithm Design” on April 5, 2017, 12:00n in EBB CHOA Room

Faculty · Seminars

ML@GT Seminar by Manos Antonakakis (ECE) on “Using DNS & Machine Learning to Reason About Internet Abuse” at 12n on March 29, 2017, in Nano 1117/8

Speaker: Manos Antonakakis, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), GA Tech Location: Marcus Nanotechnology 1117-1118 (Map) Date/Time: March 29, 2017, 12:00n – 1:00pm (Lunch at 11:30am)Title: Using DNS & Machine Learning to Reason About Internet Abuse Title: Using DNS & Machine Learning to Reason About Internet Abuse Abstract: The Domain Name System (DNS) is… Continue reading ML@GT Seminar by Manos Antonakakis (ECE) on “Using DNS & Machine Learning to Reason About Internet Abuse” at 12n on March 29, 2017, in Nano 1117/8

Faculty · IEEE

Ghassan Alregib’s Team (ECE) is hosting and running the IEEE VIP Cup in 2017 on the topic of “Traffic Sign Detection under Challenging Conditions”

Professor Ghassan Alregib’s team was been selected to be the team hosting and running the IEEE VIP Cup in 2017 on “Traffic Sign Detection under Challenging Conditions.” The topic is at the intersection of autonomous vehicles and machine learning. Not only it is attractive to the industry and the research communities but also the undergraduate students; the… Continue reading Ghassan Alregib’s Team (ECE) is hosting and running the IEEE VIP Cup in 2017 on the topic of “Traffic Sign Detection under Challenging Conditions”

Awards · Faculty

Karen Liu (IC) awarded the Google Research Award for 2017.

Karen Liu of School of Interactive Computing was awarded the Google Faculty Research Award for 2017. Her project is entitled “Closing the “Reality Gap”: A Machine Learning Approach to Contact Modeling” and aims to accurately compute contact states (sticking, sliding, or breaking) and contact forces such that the simulated results match the real world phenomena.… Continue reading Karen Liu (IC) awarded the Google Research Award for 2017.