USC Researchers Explore Improving Measurement Tools for Quantum Physics
The more sensitive measurement tools are, the more information physicists can extract from quantum particles, such as photons.
The more sensitive measurement tools are, the more information physicists can extract from quantum particles, such as photons.
Gil and Golubchik are among six USC faculty members selected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 2020.
USC’s Space and Engineering Research Center looks to the star-shaped sea creature for their groundbreaking soft robotics project.
The Microsoft grant will help develop knowledge graphs for a COVID-19 data infrastructure.
USC researchers have developed a method that could allow robots to learn new tasks, like setting a table or driving a car, from observing a small number of demonstrations.
USC Viterbi researchers are using AI as a tool identify violent, substance-abuse and sexual content in movie scripts before a single scene is shot
Despite advances in natural language processing, AI still doesn’t have the common sense to understand human language, finds a new USC study.
Cyrus Shahabi’s digital contact tracing goes beyond mobile phones, reducing false positives.
HackSC, SHPE, NSBE, and Girls in Tech host USC’s first ever Diversity & Inclusion Hackathon
Employs Artificial Intelligence to Develop News “Nutrition Label”
Yan Liu shares how machine learning and AI could help combat COVID-19 by identifying and mitigating misinformation on social media.
USC leads national effort to safeguard national elections from cyber attacks
Jasmine Berry is grappling with the big questions: What does it mean to be self-aware and what would it take for a robot to satisfy those criteria?
The fourth lecture in the 10-part series focuses on how automation can help enhance human productivity in industries such as manufacturing while keeping them safe during the global pandemic.
New PhD graduate Alana Shine researches graph theory, which can help create more accurate models of disease spread.
USC ISI scientists research urgency detection in short crisis situations through social media
The USC Viterbi associate professor wants to expand the footprint of the center, which brings together AI and social work to find solutions to major societal problems.
Series of studies reveal conditions under which humans more likely to act deceptively through virtual intermediaries
The 4th annual Sustain-A-Thon saw 57 students propose solutions for making the planet more livable and sustainable.
As AI makes its way into more areas of our lives, rooting out implicit bias is more crucial than ever, says USC computer science student Aida Mostafazadeh Davani.
Both lecture series launch the week after Labor Day, offering students a comprehensive faculty coverage of COVID-19 and a series on sustainable energy with Dean Yortsos
Researchers at USC ISI prepare for future emergencies during COVID 19 pandemic.
After 35 years of AI research, Gil’s is promoted to a new role where she will lead AI and data science initiatives at the USC Information Sciences Institute.
USC Viterbi Researchers Answer Questions About Their Unique Modeling Tool and Share Advice for Future Forecasters.
Founded in 2014, the organization aims to help nonprofit organizations in the LA area develop software projects.
2020 Networking Systems Award from SIGCOMM goes to networking system developed in part by USC ISI team
As the student branch of the USC Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society, CAIS++ members work to promote the development of AI applications for social good.
Over 100 students have been aided by USC Viterbi’s Emergency Relief Fund; Ming Hsieh, alumnus and university trustee, offers an additional $50K match to donors
USC’s Information Sciences Institute receives funding from the U.S. Department of Defense to make AI more adaptable.
New computer science alumna Shreya Gupta hopes to bring humanity to deep learning by developing empathetic robots that can attune to your emotions.
USC students and researchers at ISI SERC are building a lunar landing flight vehicle as part of NASA’s Artemis program.
Nenad Medvidović receives most influential paper award at SEAMS 2020 for work on privacy and cloud-based systems.
USC students look to technology in an effort bridge the educational losses suffered by people displaced by war.
When it comes to accurately flagging hate speech on social media, context matters, says a new USC study aimed at reducing errors that could amplify racial bias.
Scientists from USC ISI use improv dialogue to build a witty, engaging chatbot
Welcome to USC’s Haptics Robotic and Virtual Interaction Lab, where Heather Culbertson and her students explore how humans interact with the world, robots and technology through touch.
Namita Prakash, a recent computer science graduate who minored in screenwriting, blended her passions for coding and creative writing at USC—and landed a job at Microsoft after graduation.
QCC will upgrade to D-Wave’s forthcoming Advantage™ system with more than 5000 qubits
Dr. Knoblock will continue leading ISI and serving as USC Viterbi’s Vice Dean of Engineering
A new USC Viterbi study shows that just 30 days with an in-home robot could help children with autism improve not only math skills, but also social interaction.
Academy Award winner and activist Geena Davis is working with USC Viterbi researchers to help build a more inclusive world, starting with the silver screen.
Awards span research from machine learning to wastewater reuse to fluid dynamics and to self-healing materials.
Motivated to engineer a better world for all humanity, USC Viterbi celebrates graduates who have pursued academic excellence and impacted their communities.
Two Electrical and Computer Engineers Win ONR Grant on Science of AI to Bring Systems and AI Closer Together
After graduation, Melissa Wen will join Google in Sunnyvale, CA, while completing her master’s online.
Originally from Bogota in Colombia, dad of three Alexander Reyes transferred to USC after earning an associate degree from community college and several years working in the IT field.
From human-machine interaction to endangered language preservation, Leena Mathur’s research is putting the human into artificial intelligence
The USC Viterbi-led team aims to improve the diets and health of low-income, urban residents in unique contest pairing engineering and societal challenges
The largest university-sponsored gaming and esports event in the world is set for mid-May.
In order to stop the pandemic in its tracks, we need a nuanced risk assessment that takes many factors into consideration, including people’s mobility patterns, says Cyrus Shahabi.
USC researchers will present work virtually at top AI conference, April 25-30.
Computer science and business administration student MacKenzie McClung is rounding up much-needed protective equipment for healthcare workers in Florida.
Yigal Arens is recognized for his significant contributions to AI research and leadership at the USC Information Sciences Institute.
USC researchers adapt a customizable robot to autonomously perform disinfection tasks in both small and large spaces.
By anonymously tracking coronavirus spread through contact tracing, smartphone technology could help people get back to their daily lives—while keeping a close eye on the resurgence of the virus.
The student-produced videogame found its footing through the USC Games program.
Researchers at the USC Information Sciences Institute evaluate the chatbots that, increasingly, answer the world’s questions.
By analyzing millions of tweets, USC computer science researchers are investigating how false information about the coronavirus spreads on social media.
Dataset to track public sentiment and help researchers understand the social dimensions of the pandemic
Personal hygiene is important to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but don’t skimp on your cyber hygiene.
Climate change is making it harder for weather scientists to make predictions. DyNamo helps forecast severe weather events in real-time.
Annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report also keep USC Viterbi among the top five private engineering schools
USC Viterbi Professors Yolanda Gil, president of AAAI, and Fei Sha, AAAI-20 conference program co-chair, share their thoughts following this year’s event.
From classically trained concert violinist to all-star computer science student at USC, Jillian Khoo is determined to use her technical skills to code the change.
USC researchers developed personalized learning robots for children with autism and studied whether the robots could autonomously gauge the child’s engagement in long-term, in-home therapeutic interventions.
Incoming freshman Dresden Kershaw reflects on the uphill journey that has brought him to USC Viterbi.
AI affects your credit scores and loans, but it’s not immune to bias. USC researchers are helping it forget.
USC Viterbi’s Information Sciences Institute pairs human “forecasters” with AI to develop better predictive technology
A new artificially intelligent drone control system, designed by USC researchers, allows drones to withstand pushing, kicking and even colliding with objects.
Recent paper on using robots to detect early signs of autism or ADHD receives award in “Computer Science for Social Good” competition.
The USC Viterbi student is developing a 90’s nostalgia-inspired VR game that expands the horizons of what a modern video game can be.
Penelope Hocking, the Pac-12 Women’s Soccer Freshman of the Year in 2018 and a sophomore majoring in computer science, shines on the pitch and in the classroom.
Ava DeLaCruz is making waves as a former Amazon Future Engineer intern, current director of service for USC Women in Computing and incoming software engineering intern at Facebook. And she’s just getting started.
Climate change-driven sea-level rise could trigger mass migration of Americans to inland cities, finds new AI study
Team recognized for “transformative contribution” to computing research with surprising discovery
Researchers from ISI and USC Dornsife create a new platform to standardize paleoclimatology data.
USC Viterbi students and industry professionals teach programming at “Code Dojo” to celebrate 2019 Computer Science Education Week
The annual meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) is one of the world’s leading conferences in the field of artificial intelligence.
New tool from the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society at USC aims to prevent suicide among youth
Duet is the world’s first student-built micro-philanthropy platform designed to connect donors with refugees and local stores in a more personalized and dignified way
We are proud to present the following research projects at the 33rd Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) in Vancouver, Canada, one of the most prominent gatherings in the field of artificial intelligence.
ISI researcher recognized for distinguished contributions to the field of computer science
USC study will use wearable sensors to provide new insights into the effects of air pollution on the developing brain and ways to reduce harm.
As artificial intelligence generates more of the words we read every day, a USC Viterbi research team seeks to better understand and one day help to eliminate bias against women and minorities.
U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel and third-year Ph.D. student Ashok Deb is training to combat deep fakes and cyber threats while giving back to elementary school students
A first-generation Nigerian-American immigrant, Ojuolape “Oju” Ajose overcame the loss of her mother and has honored her by excelling in academics and leadership
Humans acting in an adversarial manner towards robotic systems can actually improve their robustness, says a team of USC computer scientists.
In a new paper, a team of USC computer scientists and psychologists teamed up to investigate how music affects how you act, feel and think
First-year student finds strength in community
New study says we’ll listen to virtual agents except when goings get tough
The rise and rise of CAIS++, the student branch of USC’s Center for AI in Society, where undergraduate students are using artificial intelligence to tackle projects with environmental and social impact.
USC computer science PhD candidate Aida Rahamattalabi is leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and social network-based interventions aimed at reducing suicidality among homeless youth, college students, and active duty military members.
USC Viterbi and the Center for Advanced Manufacturing will develop education platform to prepare U.S. workforce for challenges, opportunities in advanced manufacturing
Computer science PhD student Yixue Zhao will participate in the 2019 Rising Stars Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Workshop at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Experts at the USC Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society are teaming with city officials to find technological solutions for aging, vulnerable pipelines.
Working with a clinical radiologist, USC computer scientists combined visual effects techniques and medical imaging to create precise model of the human hand in motion
Yolanda Gil, president of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), discusses what it will take to move AI forward without moving safety backward.
By studying artificial intelligence techniques in the context of applications with high environmental and social impact, USC undergraduates are learning to develop innovative solutions to pressing social issues.
Atomus, a fledgling USC Viterbi startup, is developing technology that would make it easier for the Marines to 3-D print spare parts for ships, military vehicles and planes, benefitting the Corps, defense contractors and the nation.
CS@SC teaches principles of programming and robotics alongside those of equality and inclusivity