New Twitter, Now With More Hate

A USC computer scientist and his team have found that in less than six months, hate speech has significantly increased on Twitter.

The Quiet Revolution of AI on the Edge

AI is running on mobile phones, sensors, and home appliances thanks to the engineering innovations that make the most of the limited memory, reduced computational power, and little energy available in these devices.

ISI Names Two New Fellows

Researchers Ewa Deelman and Yolanda Gil have received USC Viterbi’s Information Sciences Institute’s highest honor. 

USC Wins DARPA Map Feature Extraction Challenge

A joint team between USC Viterbi Information Sciences Institute and the University of Minnesota won first place in part of the DARPA AI for Critical Mineral Assessment Competition

How Old Is Your Brain? Ask All The Hospitals

Researchers at USC’s Information Sciences Institute are proposing an artificial intelligence system that addresses several of the machine learning challenges in the medical space.