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.
GT Emory AI Dinner Group
Mon, Aug 29 2022
AI-CARING Director, Sonia Chernova, attends Georgia Tech and Emory University AI Leadership Network Dinner
AI-CARING Director and associate professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech, Sonia Chernova was among colleagues at the Georgia Tech and Emory University Artificial Intelligence (AI) Leadership Network Dinner.
Teachers at AI Workshop 2
Thu, Jun 30 2022
Carnegie Mellon University holds AI for Teachers Workshop.
Carnegie Mellon University held an AI for Teachers Workshop. This one-week professional development workshop for high school teachers covered an introduction to a broad range of AI topics including deep learning, information retrieval, linear programming, machine learning, randomized algorithms, recommender systems and search.
Students at GATech Research Symposium, 2
Wed, Mar 30 2022
AI-CARING hosts first student research symposium at Georgia Tech

AI-CARING hosted its first student research symposium at Georgia Tech, with the goals of facilitating cross-institution collaborations among the students, exposing them to the use inspired domain of mild cognitive impairment and currently available datasets, and to facilitate small groups discuss

Presentation at AI Caring workshop
Mon, Feb 28 2022
AI-CARING and Emory Hospital Charlie & Harriett Shaffer Cognitive Empowerment Program organize a cross-disciplinary workshop

AI-CARING partnered with the Emory Hospital Charlie & Harriett Shaffer Cognitive Empowerment Program (CEP) to organize a cross-disciplinary workshop to bring together AI researchers, clinicians, and MCI stakeholders.