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Every day, ordinary Internet users engage with complex copyright laws. Particularly in the context of creative work and appropriation, they are making decisions related to legal areas that are notoriously gray. Where legal knowledge is imperfect, social norms and ethical intuitions fill in the gaps. This research attempts to understand how these decisions are made, how norms and knowledge differ in different creative communities, and what lessons can be derived from online community management and design.
Our project was inspired by the Chinese traditional fairy tale Magic Brush. The interactor has a unique brush with a magic power that could turn anything he draws to life. They will use the magic brush to escape from a room by creating/interacting with the artifacts he draws. We want to design the agencies of creating interactive user-generated content in VR.
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Georgia Tech, 6 Collaborators Receive $5.9 Million NIH Grant for a National Center in AI-based mHealth Researchhe NIH is issuing $5.9 million in funding for a new national biomedical technology resource center (BTRC), called the mHealth Center for Discovery, Optimization & Translation of Temporally-Precise Interventions (mDOT).
Georgia Tech alumnus and founder of 7Factor Software Jeremy Duvall recently made a financial gift to the James D. Foley GVU Center Endowment.
ML@GT News, Jul 9, 2020
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