New research by School of Economics Associate Professor Shatakshee Dhongde combines multidimensional inequality measurements to better understand disparity in the United States.
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind automated measurement tool that can assess password protection policies across the internet.
In research published by the Harvard Business Review, Maryam Alavi examined how generative AI can transform knowledge work and how workers can begin using generative AI tools wisely.
TechSAge recently received a $4.6 million grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research to support another five years of work — the project’s third five-year grant.
In the wake of the pandemic, the U.S. is changing its national security policy.
Employees tend to align with creative workers, particulary from different genders and demographics, in the workplace.
Interest in role-playing games has exploded since the Covid-19 pandemic. A growing gamer base spurs discussion about why inclusive gaming is important and how it can help people claim space in the real world.
Ecohorror has given modern audiences an imaginative way to grapple not only with our primal fear of nature — but also with our complicated feelings about humanity’s impact on the environment.
Community service trips promote student leadership development and personal reflection.
Cybersecurity master’s student Sneha Talwalkar and GTRI Principal Research Scientist Courtney Crooks are working to build the framework of an AI tool with the goal of providing support and protection to domestic abuse survivors.