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Study: Early Detection Of Epilepsy In Children Possible With Deep Learning Computer Science Technique

Early detection of the most common form of epilepsy in children is possible through “deep learning,” a new machine learning tool that teaches computers to learn by example, according to a new study that includes researchers from Georgia State University.

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Georgia State Research Expenditures Top $200 Million For The First Time Georgia State Research Expenditures Top $200 Million For The First Time

Georgia State University’s total research expenditures exceeded $200 million for the first time in fiscal year 2017, the National Science Foundation reports in the latest Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) Survey.

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Researcher Gets Grant To Study How Brain Controls Eating Behavior

ATLANTA—Dr. Marise Parent, professor and associate director of the Neuroscience Institute at Georgia State University, has received a three-year, $1.2 million federal grant to study how brain areas involved in memory control eating behavior.


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A message from the President - Winter 2018 news

We’re a Community of Change-Makers

In a world that changes at breakneck speed, Georgia State’s ability to adapt and act quickly has become increasingly crucial — and keeps turning heads.

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Georgia State University is on an upward trajectory and people are noticing. Get the latest media coverage of the difference-making work being done by Georgia State’s…

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In case you missed it: find past stories about the exceptional work being done by GSU, its students, faculty, and staff.

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