The database will help researchers explore questions about the causes and effects of power outages and how policy interventions can help strengthen grid resilience.
New analysis from Georgia Tech indicates that a phenomenon known as social correction may help to counter false and misleading onloine claims.
Working on a multi-institutional team of investigators, Georgia Tech researchers have helped the state of Georgia become the epicenter for developing K-12 AI educational curriculum nationwide.
Researchers in the School of Economics hope the tool they're developing can help policymakers and community organizations implement more timely and targeted interventions to alleviate hunger on the continent.
Georgia Tech is partnering with area universities to promote a more realistic understanding of AI for local communities through research, education, and outreach.
A new philanthropic grant will provide scholarship opportunities to expand computational media pipeline.
Concerns about the disruption of generative AI fuel this insightful conversation between the College of Computing's Alex Orso and David Joyner.
Survey results from the Pew Research Center and Elon University examine what experts think will be the best and worst changes in digital life by 2035.
In her analysis, Joycelyn Wilson explores Beyoncé's 'Cowboy Carter' album, influenced by icons like Tina Turner, representing a bold departure into country-pop fusion, while delving into its cultural resonance and musical evolution.
As Caitlin Clark becomes a household name, she elevates a question WNBA players, fans, and advocates have asked for decades: why is there such a significant pay disparity between men's and women's basketball?