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.
For almost a year and a half, the pandemic has affected how most people work, play, and generally conduct their lives. Now people are emerging from their social bubbles, re-engaging with colleagues, and, very likely, trying to increase their happiness during a period of prolonged stress. Eric Schumacher, professor in the School of Psychology, taught a course this summer on stress and happiness.
Georgia could reduce its carbon footprint by 50% by 2030 through the adoption of 20 high-impact climate solutions identified by the Drawdown Georgia research team, according to a new analysis led by Regents Professor Marilyn Brown in the School of Public Policy.
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Covid-19 vaccines are available to all Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff, as well as their family members ages 12 and older. Vaccine clinics are now taking place every Tuesday on campus.