Tech Joins NSF to Advance AI Research and Education
Today, Georgia Tech received two National Science Foundation Artificial Intelligence Research Institutes awards, totaling $40 million. The awards will support major efforts already underway at Tech, helping to create a more robust and inclusive future of AI, both on campus and beyond.
It’s not just the fit, strong, and elite athletes who are competing at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo — the speed of swimming is also created by the structural engineering and materials used at the venue. Twenty-five years after the Atlanta Games, Georgia Tech’s pool remains among the world’s fastest.
Toward Accessibility and Inclusion: The ADA Turns 31
The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law 31 years ago today. It has helped to change the way people think about equity, access, and usability in the built environment and our daily lives.
When students return to campus this fall, they will have an array of new dining options to choose from. After more than 20 years of operation by outside contractors, Georgia Tech has moved to self-managed dining services with the creation of a new department, Tech Dining.
Georgia Tech's 40 Under 40
From saving endangered coral reefs in the Caribbean to building a space station near the moon to paving the way for Black-owned businesses to thrive in Atlanta, these 40 individuals have made significant contributions in their fields at an early age.