The pandemic gave people a lot more time with their dogs and cats, but a return to the office has disrupted that connection. Now, Georgia Tech researchers have created a new device that can put pet owners at ease when they're not with their furry friend.
As triplets, Adam, Rommi, and Zane Kashlan are used to doing things together. After three years at Georgia Tech, the brothers added one more thing to that list: graduating with a trio of Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience degrees in May and gearing up for medical school.
Data Days will center around the value, management, and protection of data at Georgia Tech. The week will include workshops, trainings, keynotes, poster sessions, and live demos.
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