Riedl, Mark O.

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Neuro-Symbolic World Models for Adapting to Open World Novelty

2022-08-24 , Riedl, Mark O.

IRIM hosts each semester a symposium to feature presentations from faculty and presentations of research that has been funded by our IRIM seed grant program in the last year. The symposium is a chance for faculty to meet new PhD students on campus, as well as a chance to get a better idea of what IRIM colleagues are up to these days. The goal of the symposium is to spark new ideas, new collaborations, and even new friends!

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The Science and Art of Storytelling

2013-12-03 , Riedl, Mark O.

The Innovation Corps (I-Corps) teaches National Science Foundation (NSF) grantees to identify valuable product opportunities that can emerge from academic research and offers entrepreneurship training to student participants. I-Corps is a public-private partnership that prepares you to extend your focus beyond the laboratory by broadening the impact of select, NSF-funded basic-research projects. The primary goal of I-Corps is to foster entrepreneurship that will lead to the commercialization of technology that has been supported by NSF-funded research. Participating in the I-Corps program will help you: Create your startup company; Create your business model description for review by third-party investors; and Gain faster access to technology licenses.

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2020-12-04 , AlRegib, Ghassan , Chau, Duen Horng , Chava, Sudheer , Cohen, Morris B. , Davenport, Mark A. , Desai, Deven , Dovrolis, Constantine , Essa, Irfan , Gupta, Swati , Huo, Xiaoming , Kira, Zsolt , Li, Jing , Maguluri, Siva Theja , Pananjady, Ashwin , Prakash, B. Aditya , Riedl, Mark O. , Romberg, Justin , Xie, Yao , Zhang, Xiuwei

Labs affiliated with the Machine Learning Center at Georgia Tech (ML@GT) will have the opportunity to share their research interests, work, and unique aspects of their lab in three minutes or less to interested graduate students, Georgia Tech faculty, and members of the public. Participating labs include: Yao’s Group - Yao Xie, H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial Systems and Engineering (ISyE); Huo Lab - Xiaoming Huo, ISyE; LF Radio Lab – Morris Cohen, School of Electrical Computing and Engineering (ECE); Polo Club of Data Science – Polo Chau, CSE; Network Science – Constantine Dovrolis, School of Computer Science; CLAWS – Srijan Kumar, CSE; Control, Optimization, Algorithms, and Randomness (COAR) Lab – Siva Theja Maguluri, ISyE; Entertainment Intelligence Lab and Human Centered AI Lab – Mark Riedl, IC; Social and Language Technologies (SALT) Lab – Diyi Yang, IC; FATHOM Research Group – Swati Gupta, ISyE; Zhang's CompBio Lab – Xiuwei Zhang, CSE; Statistical Machine Learning - Ashwin Pananjady, ISyE and ECE; AdityaLab - B. Aditya Prakash, CSE; OLIVES - Ghassan AlRegib, ECE; Robotics Perception and Learning (RIPL) – Zsolt Kira, IC; Eye-Team - Irfan Essa, IC; and Mark Davenport, ECE.

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GVU/IPaT Research and Engagement Grants

2020-03-05 , Anderson, David V. , Beteul, Adam , Bosely, Brooke , Glass, Lelia , Levy, Laura M. , Morris, Susana , Mulvanity, Sean , Partridge, Andrew , Riedl, Mark O. , Sanford, Jon , Sullivan, Anne , Swarts, Matthew E. , Weigel, Emily

The GVU Center and the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT), with additional support from GTRI support two separate types of grant proposals. Research Grants provide seed funding for new research collaborations, and Engagement Grants provide support for new forms of internal and external community engagement and collaboration. We’re pleased to announce that the following projects were selected for 2019-2020: 1) "From #hashtags to Movements: Performance, Collective Narrative, and Erasure, a Black Feminist Perspective", by Brooke Bosley and Susana Morris (Digital Media); 2) "Workshop on Language, Technology, and Society", by Lelia Glass (Modern Languages); 3) "Getting Good: Using esports to inspire students in developing STEM skills", by Laura Levy (IMTC), Andrew Partridge (GTRI), and Sean Mulvanity (GTRI); 4) "Detecting and Measuring the Impact of Food Insecurity at Georgia Tech", by Jon Sanford (Industrial Design) and Thomas Ploetz (Interactive Computing); 5) "Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment 2019", by Anne Sullivan (Literature, Media, and Communication) and Mark Riedl (Interactive Computing); 6) "Acoustic Sensor Deployment in the EcoCommons", by Emily Weigel (Biological Sciences), Adam Beteul (Atlanta Audobon Society), David Anderson (ECE), and Matthew Swarts (GTRI).