Systems

Hydra is the First Fuzzing Framework to Find Any File System Bug

Called Hydra, the framework provides building blocks for file system fuzzers to find semantic errors, helping developers save time.

Edge Computing is the Future According to Satya Distinguished Lecture

Carnegie Mellon Professor Mahadev (Satya) Satyanarayanan delivered the School of Computer Science Distinguished Lecture on the future potential of edge computing on Friday, Oct. 11.

Taesoo Kim’s Systems Group Has Strong Showing at SOSP

Associate Professor Taesoo Kim’s Systems Software & Security Lab group contributed four of them, showing their strength in the field.

Georgia Tech Researchers Create Tool to Slice Apps

AppSlicer is a tool that slices only the most important part of the app.

Joy Arulraj Wins Dissertation Award for Pioneering Database Systems Work

School of Computer Science Assistant Professor Joy Arulraj has won the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Management Of Data (ACM SIGMOD)’s Jim Gray Doctoral Dissertation Award.

Aditi Shah’s Sees What Other Coders Don’t

Aditi Shah is blind and one of the strongest programmers in the School of Computer Science.

Aditi Shah Sees What Other Coders Don’t

Aditi Shah is blind and one of the strongest programmers in the School of Computer Science.

'Human Rights' May Help Shape Artificial Intelligence in 2019

Georgia Tech researchers say ethics and transparency are likely top 2019 trends in the burgeoning field of AI.

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