Artificial Intelligence News Feed
Machines can learn from fables
USC’s Information Sciences Institute uses short stories with moral implications to test human-like reasoning in AI
Visual Misinformation Expert Wael AbdAlmageed Presents at Renaissance Weekend
Democracy, truth, and Artificial Intelligence collide at the prestigious event
USC at the NAACL ’22 Conference: Gender Bias in AI, a Tool to Study News Revisions, and Methods to Avoid Toxic Content
Notable research also includes work on mitigating anti-queer bias and improvements for e-commerce stores.
USC ISI researchers track crypto pump-and-dump operations on social media
They monitored social media and showed attempts to inflate coins’ value are coordinated via conversations on various platforms.
ISI researchers train artificial intelligence models to consider common-sense when generating responses
The goal: help those algorithms accurately predict a human’s next thought.
‘That’s Just Common Sense’. USC researchers find bias in up to 38.6% of ‘facts’ used by AI
A team of researchers from the USC Information Sciences Institute studied two AI databases to see if their data was fair. They found that it wasn’t.
USC at ICLR 2022: learning how to learn, decision making in complex environments, better forecasting models
USC researchers advance the state-of-the-art in AI and deep learning at top international conference.
AI study finds that males are represented four times more than females in literature
An artificial intelligence study on female prevalence in literature finds a staggering discrepancy in female representation.
Talented early career researchers recognized again by NSF
The NSF CRII program helps outstanding researchers launch their research, consistently recognizing USC’s Information Sciences Institute junior talents.
Kristina Lerman elected an AAAI Fellow
She is the third researcher at USC Viterbi’s Information Sciences Institute to receive the prestigious honor.