Computational Systems & Technology News Feed
Putting the Rational Thinking Skills of Language Models to the Test
Can language models be trusted to reason like humans do? Are they good at making decisions? These researchers set off to find out.
More Debris, More Problems: Building Technology to Clean Up Space
Researchers at USC Viterbi’s Information Sciences Institute are building machines to help rid junk from the atmosphere.
USC ISI Research Shows a Promising Future for Animal-like Computer Vision
USC’s Information Sciences Institute researchers present a pathway for adapted biological retinae in machines so their vision can mimic animal eyes.
Researchers Across the US will Support NSF Major Facilities in their Data Lifecycle Management Efforts Through New NSF-funded Center of Excellence
USC ISI’s Ewa Deelman is lead PI on the collaborative project to build cyberinfrastructure for the NSF’s Major Facilities.
Riding the Quantum Limit
USC ISI’s QLIlab is using quantum physics to help usher in a new level of communications security
Looking For An Internship as a High School Student? Read About Kelsie’s Experience at USC ISI
From face recognition to Harry Potter, high school student Kelsie Lam works on multiple exciting projects through her internship at USC ISI
USC ISI to Host Inaugural Pegasus Users Group Meeting
ISI’s Pegasus Group is putting on the interactive event for users and collaborators
George Papadimitriou Wins PEARC20 Award for Creating System for Facilitating Efficiency of Research
ISI graduate assistant Papadimitriou wins big at PEARC20 for his research on Pegasus workflow submission nodes
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.
USC Renews Quantum Computing Collaboration with D-Wave, Lockheed Martin
QCC will upgrade to D-Wave’s forthcoming Advantage™ system with more than 5000 qubits