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Beth Mynatt
Fri, Apr 26 2024
Elizabeth Mynatt Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Northeastern dean joins latest cohort of American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Yanco Named AAAS Fellow
Thu, Apr 18 2024
Holly Yanco Named AAAS Fellow
Holly Yanco, a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Director of the New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation (NERVE) Center, has been appointed as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), recognizing her distinguished contributions to advancing science, particularly in the areas of human-robot interaction, visualization of sensor data, and robotics education.
Denoising Image
Mon, Mar 25 2024
CMU Releases New Tool for Experimenting with Text-to-Image Generative AI

Carnegie Mellon University graduate student Adithya Kameswara Rao and his advisor, David Touretzky, have released a new educational tool for experimenting with text-to-image generation.

AI-CARING Members at the International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI '24).
Fri, Mar 22 2024
AI-CARING Led Workshop at HRI 2024 Bridges Robotics and Human Collaboration
The AI-CARING affiliated workshop at HRI 2024, co-organized by Nina Moorman from Georgia Tech's CORE Robotics Lab and Michelle Zhao from Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, featured panelists such as former GT member Charlie Kemp from Hello Robot Inc., one of AI-CARING's industry partners, highlighting the intersection of robotics and human-robot collaboration.
Neuron Sandbox
Fri, Mar 22 2024
CMU Introduces Powerful Educational Tool for AI Understanding in Middle Schools

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) researchers have launched an educational tool, Neuron Sandbox, with the aim of equippin middle school students with an understanding of a foundational element in contemporary artificial intelligence.

Sonia featured on Tech Takes
Fri, Jan 5 2024
Exploring AI's Impact on Well-being and Ethics with Sonia Chernova
Sonia Chernova discusses the transformative potential of AI, its risks, ethical considerations, and its possible positive impact on human well-being.
Sonia and Beth
Wed, Sep 20 2023
AI-CARING leaders participate in NSF AI showcases and Capitol Hill Day
AI-CARING leaders from Georgia Tech and Northeastern University made notable contributions during the NSF AI Research Institutes Showcases and Capitol Hill Day, where all 25 NSF AI Institutes were featured.
Elder Using Alexa and Laptop
Tue, Aug 1 2023
Researchers Highlight Ethical Issues for Developing Future AI Assistants
Next-generation smart assistants will likely be designed to anticipate a user’s wants and needs, and even assist and mediate social interactions between users and their support networks.
Z giving presentation: AI-CARING
Sat, Feb 18 2023
Members of AI-CARING showcase their work at Charlie and Harriet Shaffer CEP Research Symposium
Members of AI-CARING showcased their ongoing work at the Charlie and Harriet Shaffer Cognitive Empowerment Program (CEP) Research Symposium, which is a collaborative effort between Emory University’s Brain Health Center and Georgia Tech.
Yewon Na and Yoon Jae Phillip Lee with award
Thu, Dec 1 2022
Stretch Robot Pitch Competition 2022 Winners
This past fall, students across campus proposed innovative and creative solutions to support individuals aging with disabilities using Stretch – an open-source mobile manipulator robot with reaching, grasping, and sensing capabilities developed by Hello Robot. The Stretch Robot Pitch Competition was hosted by Georgia Tech and sponsored by TechSAge RERC, in collaboration with Hello Robot and AI-CARING. The competition was open to all Georgia Tech students, regardless of major, and encouraged interdisciplinary collaboration.