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VIEWPOINT: Remain Open to New Opportunities

VIEWPOINT: Remain Open to New Opportunities

By Anaya Mehta April 4, 2024

As I reflect upon my journey into the world of civic technology, I am amazed by how my curiosity led me to this completely unexpected field that leverages technology to assist the government in serving...

SPOTLIGHT: Hoya Developers Works Toward Accessibility in Software Engineering

SPOTLIGHT: Hoya Developers Works Toward Accessibility in Software Engineering

By Caroline Blakeman February 8, 2024

Hoya Developers, a student-run organization at Georgetown University that gives students experience with computer programming, data analytics and other software skills, launched their inaugural software...

Code for America Founder Discusses New Book, Technology in Government

By Aamir Jamil October 21, 2023

Jennifer Pahlka, the founder of Code for America, a nonprofit organization that works to improve the government through technology, visited Georgetown University on Oct. 19 to discuss her new book on...

Lauinger Library Launches Three New Technology Spaces

By Kate Hwang October 21, 2023

Georgetown University Library’s Digital Scholarship Services, which provides technological resources for teaching and learning, launched three new technology spaces in Lauinger Library this semester. The...

Machine Learning Executive Talks Rise, Future of Generative AI

By Dylan Partner March 27, 2023

Keegan Hines, a former Georgetown adjunct professor and the current vice president of machine learning at Arthur AI, discussed the rapid rise in generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) programs and Georgetown’s...

Georgetown Faculty Receive $2.3 Million in Research Grants from the McCourt Institute

Georgetown Faculty Receive $2.3 Million in Research Grants from the McCourt Institute

By Julia Kelly March 17, 2022

Select Georgetown faculty members received a total of $2.3 million in research grants to support their studies related to technology and digital governance. The McCourt Institute, an independent organization...

FILM WITHOUT FLUFF |  ‘Kimi’ Explores Fabricated Reality

FILM WITHOUT FLUFF | ‘Kimi’ Explores Fabricated Reality

By Elena Martinez February 23, 2022

Many sci-fi thriller movies like “I, Robot” or “The Matrix” explore distant futures that are dominated by artificial intelligence, but none reflect a reality as close to ours as director Steven...

GU Technology and Society Initiative Receives $10.5 Million Gift for Endowed Scholarship

GU Technology and Society Initiative Receives $10.5 Million Gift for Endowed Scholarship

By Samantha Sinutko February 3, 2022

The Georgetown University Technology and Society Initiative, which supports the intersection of government, ethics and technology, received a $10.5 million gift from a graduate and her husband. The...

MSB Launches Initiative To Research AI, the Future of Work

MSB Launches Initiative To Research AI, the Future of Work

By Samantha Sinutko October 28, 2021

The McDonough School of Business launched an initiative Oct. 20 focused on the expansion of  artificial intelligence and digital technologies in the workforce. The initiative, titled “AI, Analytics,...

YU: Expand Technology Access for Students

YU: Expand Technology Access for Students

By Angela Yu September 2, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to alter our online experience, accessing the digital world has become increasingly vital. Though many in the Georgetown community may take our online presence for granted,...

Georgetown Students Pestered by Phishing Scams

Georgetown Students Pestered by Phishing Scams

By Lucas Lin and Harrison Lee October 2, 2020

Phishing attempts promising job opportunities are circulating through Georgetown University’s email system, according to the university’s Chief Information Officer Judd Nicholson in a systemwide...

Advance Public Interest Through Technology, Panel Says

Advance Public Interest Through Technology, Panel Says

By Myroslav October 11, 2019

Technological development should focus on promoting the public interest, panelists said during the inaugural gathering of the Public Interest Technology University Network in the Rafik B. Hariri Building...

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