ISI in the Media
ISI researcher explains what happened to Russia's cyberwarfare machineSource: San Bernadino Sun
Cliff Neuman was interviewed about the challenges of cyberwarfare and cyber defense
Russia-Ukraine war: It’s your responsibility to stop disinformationSource: Yahoo!
Wael Abd-Almageed was interviewed on ways to identify visual disinformation
Here’s how intelligence agencies can search foreign documents without learning the languageSource: Yahoo!
Research by ISI to instantaneously make sense of news around the globe, was featured
SpaceX preps for first of four ‘Transporter’ rideshare launches this yearSource: Spaceflight Now
Dodona, the 3rd satellite launched by SERC and USC students and faculty, was mentioned.
2021 HPCwire Awards – Readers’ & Editors’ ChoiceSource: HPCWIRE
A team led by Ewa Deelman received the HPCwire Readers’ Choice Award for Best HPC Collaboration (Academia/Government/Industry)
Matching tweets to ZIP codes can spotlight hot spots of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancySource: The Conversation
Mayank Kejriwal explains his research regarding how geo-tags on Twitter can be a tool for identifying COVID hotspots
The FCC is trying to crack down on those annoying spam textsSource:
Paul Schmitt from ISI was quoted, indicating that robocalls are difficult to stop
Are women worse than men at salary negotiation?Source: USC News
USC researchers say this is a fallacy as their new study points to systemic bias on behalf of recruiters in salary negotiations.
Researchers have begun to study the use of AI to help firefighters strategize controlled burnsSource:
Dot.LA featured research that Yolanda Gil, Bistra Dilkina and Michael Pazzani will work on with the San Diego Supercomputer Center to fight wildfires
The FCC is trying to stop robocalls, but the scammers won’t disappearSource: CNBC
CNBC quoted Paul Schmitt on the challenges of preventing robocalls.