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Building Bots with Heart

Building Bots with Heart

Jul 27, 2020

New computer science alumna Shreya Gupta hopes to bring humanity to deep learning by developing empathetic robots that can attune to your emotions.

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A Star Is Born

A Star Is Born

Jan 29, 2020

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.

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University of Southern California at NeurIPS 2019

University of Southern California at NeurIPS 2019

Dec 09, 2019

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.

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Uncovering AI’s Biases

Uncovering AI’s Biases

Nov 22, 2019

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.

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Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership

Nov 11, 2019

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

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Honoring Her Spirit

Honoring Her Spirit

Nov 07, 2019

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

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USC Student Club Harnesses AI for Social Good

USC Student Club Harnesses AI for Social Good

Oct 02, 2019

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.

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Come Together

Come Together

Sep 09, 2019

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.