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Tracking the Atlanta Streetcar in Real Time
Starting this summer, the Atlanta Streetcar will begin using a new real-time dispatching method developed at Georgia Tech that eliminates the need for schedules and cuts down on passenger wait times.  Read More
Georgia Tech Researchers Examine Medicaid Costs for Children
It’s a headline that’s been around for years: 90 percent of Medicaid dollars are spent on just 10 percent of the most medically needy patients. But new research from Georgia Tech shows that’s not exactly true, and the spending gap is much smaller than we think, particularly for children.  Read More
Mynatt Honored at ACM Awards Banquet While Sporting Wearable Tech Wrap
The world’s leading computing society has honored IPaT Executive Director Beth Mynatt for her significant contribution to the development and application of computing.  Read More
Mynatt Named Chair of Computing Community Consortium
The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) has named Beth Mynatt as its Chair for a two year term beginning July 1. The prestigious group based in Washington, DC catalyzes the computing research community in the pursuit of innovative, impactful research. Dr. Mynatt is a Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Interactive Computing, and is Executive Director of Georgia Tech's Institute for People and Technology.  Read More

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