At Georgia Tech, at the crossroads of innovation and ethics, scientists and engineers are studying a topic that has dominated headlines and internet searches of late: artificial intelligence.
AI solutions have the power to become our silent partners in ways that could drastically improve our daily lives — and are already doing it. Yet, in a world where algorithms can sift through data with a precision no human can match, uneasiness stirs.
Georgia Tech researchers are confronting the paradoxes, pitfalls, and potential of artificial intelligence. Here, some of them shed light on the emerging role of AI in our lives — and answer questions about how humans and machines will coexist in the future.
We asked Georgia Tech AI experts key questions about the technology, its use and misuse, and how it might shape our shared future. Here’s what they had to say.
Assistant Professor, Georgia Tech School of Computational Science and Engineering
Professor, Georgia Tech School of Literature, Media, and Communication and Director of Graduate Studies in Digital Media
Taetle Chair and Professor, Georgia Tech School of Interactive Computing
Writers: Catherine Barzler, Steven Norris
Graphic Design: Julie Watson
Web Design: Rachel Pilvinsky
Photography: Allison Carter, Joya Chapman, Rob Felt
Project Lead: Brice Zimmerman