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A Life in Robotics

A Life in Robotics

Jun 21, 2022

Jiaoyang Li, Ph.D. ’22, joins Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute this fall, focusing on AI and multi-robot coordination

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An Attentive Listener

An Attentive Listener

May 05, 2022

Senior Bryan Huang feels a moral imperative to help those in need, whether serving as president of USC Code the Change or through social entrepreneurship

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Building Better AR and VR

Building Better AR and VR

May 05, 2022

Burgeoning startup Playbook won this year’s MEPC with a vision of simplifying the development of augmented and virtual reality

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Measuring Media Polarization

Measuring Media Polarization

Feb 02, 2022

Researchers in USC’s Information Sciences Institute (ISI) develop a natural language processing tool that can quickly detect polarized topics from partisan news sources.

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Kicking Off the 2021-2022 MEPC

Kicking Off the 2021-2022 MEPC

Jan 03, 2022

The latest edition of the 12-year-old Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition promises to guide aspiring student entrepreneurs through the process of transforming an innovative idea into a viable business.

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How AI Could Help Screen for Autism in Children

How AI Could Help Screen for Autism in Children

Nov 09, 2021

An interdisciplinary team led by USC computer science researchers is creating a faster, more reliable and more accessible system to help clinicians screen children for developmental disorders such as autism and ADHD.

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From the Viterbi Magazine: A Life Less Ordinary

From the Viterbi Magazine: A Life Less Ordinary

Jun 01, 2021

Computer science plays a role just about everything in our lives, from the cars we drive to the movies we watch and the many ways we interact with each other every day. In this timeline, we follow one “human of the future” through childhood, adulthood and into old age via critical moments that could be touched by technology developed at USC Viterbi.