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10 Reasons to Love Robots at USC Viterbi
April 10, 2015
Local elementary and middle school students at the April 7 USC Robotics Open House learned about robotics and the value of STEM education.
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Fast Company: Coding Against HIV
April 08, 2015
Milind Tambe works on an algorithm that looks into reducing the chance of HIV among homeless youth
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Daily Breeze: 3D Technology On the Way to Taking Actors' Jobs
April 07, 2015
Paul Debevec explains how advanced computer graphics will disrupt the entertainment industry and eventually make real actors seem like a luxury
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Forbes: Free Apps Are Costing You in Other Ways
April 03, 2015
Research conducted by William Halfond shows that free mobile phone applications may not cost money, but drain battery life and increase data costs
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Watch This Video to Screen Yourself for Parkinson’s Disease
March 27, 2015
Laurent Itti’s lab researches how eye-tracking software can screen for neurological disorders quickly and effectively.
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Big Data for 3-D Hair Scanning
March 26, 2015
Hao Li uses machine learning to build 3-D models of hair
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Inc.: USC Students' Startups Deemed Two of The Coolest College Startups of 2015
March 24, 2015
Inc. lists Stasis Labs and TalentTrail two of the "Coolest College Startups" of 2015
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Measuring Empathy
March 18, 2015
USC Viterbi Professor Shrikanth Narayanan’s interdisciplinary research could improve therapist-patient relationships.
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National Review: Hillary Clinton's 'Servergate'
March 09, 2015
Pierson Clair comments on the security issues regarding Hillary Clinton's private email account
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CS Freshman Designs New App for USC WebReg to Win Competition
March 05, 2015
USC Viterbi computer science student Riley Testut and his sister Kassidy Testut win top prize for Testut Tech
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What Will Tomorrow's Computers Look Like? Nothing Like Today's
March 03, 2015
Andrew Gordon predicts future of interactions between technology and humans
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Pixels, Not Paint: Engineers Create the Most Realistic Presidential Portrait Ever
February 27, 2015
USC computer science team helps create the first 3D-printed bust of a U.S. president
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Next City: Solving Homelessness with Algorithms
February 24, 2015
Milind Tambe discusses the complications in creating an algorithm designed to end homelessness
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Maja Matarić on Robots, Friends and Movies
February 24, 2015
In the latest installment of the USC Viterbi podcast, "Popcorn and Jetpacks," Maja Matarić discusses the future of robotics
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Best In Class
February 23, 2015
Startups from the second USC Viterbi Startup Garage shared their new technologies with 500 friends at Demo Day.
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EdTech Magazine: Robots Won't Replace Humans
February 18, 2015
Maja Matarić's researches the progression of robots becoming socially assistive
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CBS LA: The Danger of Keyless Locks
February 18, 2015
Clifford Neuman discusses the dangers of smart locks
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An Algorithm to Battle the Spread of HIV Among Homeless Youth
February 13, 2015
USC Viterbi computer scientists and USC Social Work professors team up to battle HIV
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Sports Analytics: A New Intriguing Computer Science Capstone Design Class
February 02, 2015
Using soccer games as test beds for developing new video indexing technology
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A Future Where Machines Are Knowledgeable Partners
January 28, 2015
At the Information Sciences Institute, Daniel Marcu and collaborators research artificial intelligence and natural language processing
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PCMag: SuperBots in Space
January 22, 2015
Wei-Min Shen discusses his research on reconfigurable robots and future uses in space
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ECN: Light Stage Scan Used in Video games, Obama's 3D bust
January 21, 2015
Paul Debevec's Light Stage technology used to create the first 3D presidential bust
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Armed with Science: Managing Microchips
January 14, 2015
USC Viterbi's ISI helps the DoD by implementing tech that repairs damaged microchips
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NEWS ROUND-UP: Athena in the Air
January 12, 2015
Athena the robot flies from Los Angeles to Germany like a regular passenger
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A Breakthrough in Healthcare Technology
January 09, 2015
Empath, a company spawned by HTE@USC, is an exciting new mobile application that solves the healthcare need for faster patient feedback.
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Reuters: A Robot Flies as a Regular Airline Passenger
January 05, 2015
"Athena" travels from USC Viterbi to Germany with its own airline ticket
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Just Like You, Robots Fly Economy Class
December 22, 2014
"Athena," the first humanoid robot with its own airline ticket, travels from USC Viterbi to the Max Planck Institute
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KPCC: Sony Pulls
December 19, 2014
USC ISI's Michael Orosz comments on the Sony hack
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What's Next in Cybersecurity?
December 18, 2014
USC Viterbi researchers demonstrate the future of security at DHS event
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Fox LA: USC Games Design Ranked Number One in the Nation
December 12, 2014
USC Games, a joint program between USC Viterbi and USC Cinema, is ranked #1
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Space Pirates and Vanishing Points
December 09, 2014
USC Students exhibit their creations at the USC Games Demo Day and the GamePipe Laboratory Fall Showcase
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Emotional Intelligence -- For Machines
December 09, 2014
Stacy Marsella and Jonathan Gratch research AI and modeling human emotions
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Mashable: Reddit on the Rise
December 05, 2014
Kristina Lerman discusses Reddit's community and fan base
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Technology Review: Twitter Users are More Likely to Follow Those with Same Name
December 05, 2014
Ph.D student Farshad Kooti finds that Tweeters with same name flock together
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NEWS-ROUNDUP: President Obama in 3D
December 03, 2014
CS Prof. Paul Debevec from USC ICT helps create the first 3D presidential portrait
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Neon Tommy: USC Students Create App to Donate Surplus Food
December 02, 2014
Etai Evenhaim and Jordan Banafsheha create an app to help distribute surplus food
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KPCC: Sony Hack Not for Financial Gain
December 02, 2014
Clifford Neuman comments on the hack of Sony Pictures' internal network
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Helping K-12 Schools Participate in Hour of Code
December 02, 2014
"Hour of Code" encourages everyone to write a few lines of code.
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ACM Sigmod: Why Your Friends (Seemingly) Have More to be Thankful For
December 01, 2014
Kristina Lerman discusses the math behind social media-fueled perceptions of friends
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LA Times: Mayor Garcetti's High-Tech Plans Face Obstacles
December 01, 2014
Clifford Neuman comments on Mayor Garcetti's plans to bring more startups to LA
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Marketplace Tech: Firefox Chooses Yahoo Over Google
December 01, 2014
Ellis Horowitz comments on Firefox choosing Yahoo as its default search engine
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USC Viterbi Team Awarded ACM ICMI 10-Year Technical Impact Award
December 01, 2014
USC Viterbi team awarded for research on emotion recognition using multimodal information
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A New Way to Practice What You Preach
November 24, 2014
Viterbi computer scientists create a virtual audience for public speaking training.
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AP: Programming Morality into Self-Driving Cars
November 21, 2014
Jeffrey Miller comments on programming self-driving cars to make decisions
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Radar: New Data for Sports Analytics
November 21, 2014
Rajiv Maheswaran discusses new ways to analyze sports data
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We Are The Champions
November 21, 2014
For the fourth consecutive year, the USC computer programming team has won first place in the "Pac-12 South" computer programming competition.
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Hack SC Unites Hacking Community
November 20, 2014
Hacking marathon at USC provides a gathering space for both beginning and expert hackers
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socalTECH: Tilofy Named a Top Company to Watch
November 18, 2014
Viterbi Startup Garage-launched Tilofy makes socalTECH's list of 50 Companies to Watch
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NPR: Second Spectrum Introduces DataFX and Clippertron
November 07, 2014
Rajiv Maheswaran and Yu-Han Chang create tech that lets fans make the calls
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LA Times: Second Spectrum Lets NBA Fans Make the Calls
November 05, 2014
New tech created by USC Viterbi researchers allows fan interaction
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