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Russell Clark receives CEISMC Impact Award
Scientist Spotlight: Teaching Technical Topics to High Schools
Global Health Equity and Wellbeing


Global Health Equity and Wellbeing

Protecting health both locally and worldwide.

Just, Resilient, and Informed Communities


Just, Resilient, and Informed Communities

Discovering strategies that benefit and inform communities from all walks of life.

Responsible and Ethical Technologies


Responsible and Ethical Technologies

Evaluating potential consequences to mitigate negative effects.

Arts, Expression, and Creative Technologies

Arts, Expression, and Creative Technologies

Using advanced technology to enhance creative processes, artistic expression, and innovation.

Featured Research Videos

CopyCat: Helping Young Deaf Children Acquire Sign Language Skills

CopyCat and PopSign are two games that help deaf children and their parents acquire language skills in American Sign Language. 95% of deaf children are born to hearing parents, and most of those parents never learn enough sign language to teach...

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Captioning on Glass

Captioning on Glass is an on-going project creating captioning eyeglasses with a companion Android phone app to assist the hard-of-hearing in everyday conversations. We are also working on another version of this app, "Translation on Glass", which will add the ability to translate languages.

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Ambient Alerting

Ambient Alerting project. No matter what age we are, we have likely forgotten to turn off the stove or oven, iron, heater or even water. Forgetfulness can lead to serious events that may result in costly damage to the home or even injury or death. Older adults are more prone to such forgetfulness. When an older adult forgets to turn off a hazardous appliance, it is often attributed to losing mental capacity and may lead to loss of self-confidence, embarrassment, and judgment from others.

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A team’s success in any competitive environment often hinges on how well each member can anticipate the actions of their teammates.Assistant…
Researchers at Georgia Tech are creating accessible museum exhibits that explain artificial intelligence (AI) to middle school students, including…
A College of Computing alumna has earned the highest honor given to doctoral candidates.Nivedita Arora received the 2024 Association for Computing…
Russell Clark (right), senior research scientist in the Institute for People and Technology, was honored with a CESIMC Impact Award during the…

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