ISI in the Media
Companies are adopting AI, how it can echo biases and spread misinformationSource: CBS Radio
Wael Abd Almageed was interviewed and discussed the danger of misinformation spread
University of Southern California Launches $1 Billion Advanced Computing InitiativeSource: Forbes
Forbes highlighted FOC and quoted Dean Yortsos saying “The world needs engineers and computer scientists to solve the grand challenges we face.”
USC Launches Computing Into the Next FrontierSource: USC News
USC President Carol L. Folt launched a $1 billion-plus initiative to expand and infuse advanced computing throughout the university’s programs and curriculum with ethics at its core.
Twitter Really Is Worse Than EverSource: WIRED.COM
Under Elon Musk, hate speech has surged and propaganda accounts have thrived.
One billionaire owner, twice the hate: Twitter hate speech surged with Musk, study saysSource: Los Angeles Times
According to data collected by researchers from USC, UCLA, UC Merced and Oregon State University, daily use of hate speech by those who previously posted hateful tweets nearly doubled after Musk finalized the sale.
The R.T.O Whisperers Have a PlanSource: New York Times
This article highlights the efforts at ISI to get colleagues to return to the office. Craig Knoblock and colleagues were interviewed.
Don’t Play Poker With ChatGPTSource: Gizmodo
Gizmodo featured an article by Mayank Kejriwal on ChatGPT’s decision-making process.
How to Tell If a Photo Is an AI-Generated FakeSource: Scientific American
Wael Abd Almageed spoke to SA about the state of detection for AI generated images
USC Research Lab Developing Tech to Service Satellites in SpaceSource: Spectrum 1
The SERC was featured, along with a discussion about the space industry
Venmo users on discovering secrets on the appSource: The Guardian
A study conducted by experts at USC found that two in five Venmo users publicly revealed sensitive information