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USC Research Prototype Launches for Testing on the International Space Station
CLINGERS, a unique docking system, is designed to facilitate sensing and docking operations in space.
The Internet has a Dark Side – Can We Teach Machines How to Identify it?
ISI researchers are developing technology that can detect logical fallacies in AI and classify hate speech in internet memes
A New Wave in Wireless Communication: The National Radio Dynamic Zone
ISI leads an initiative in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF), Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and the University of Utah (UoU) to expand spectrum access across the nation
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.
Are You More Vaccine Hesitant Than A 57-Year-Old?
Researchers at USC Information Sciences Institute used machine learning and deep statistical analysis to look for answers about vaccine hesitancy.
Advancing Computer Vision One Pixel at a Time
USC Viterbi researchers propose a novel framework to address challenges in computer vision.
Carl Kesselman Honored with 2023 IEEE Internet Award
The Information Sciences Institute Fellow will receive the prestigious award.
“Attention is All You Need”: New Ph.D.s Urged to Attend to “Challenges of Earth’s Eight Billion People.”
The 2023 Ph.D. Hooding and Awards Ceremony honors 133 new graduates and Jiaoyang Li, winner of this year’s best Ph.D. thesis.
“Sunny” Memories and Impactful Projects: USC ISI’s Class of 2023 Graduates
The anecdotes, memories, and future goals of graduating student researchers at ISI
Can AI Teach Your Child Perseverance?
Postdoc Scholar Emmanuel Johnson is part of a team receiving a $20M National Science Foundation grant to research AI-augmented learning.