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The MOSIS Service of the USC Information Sciences Institute and SkyWater Collaborate on Silicon IC Design Enablement and Manufacturing Service
The MOSIS Service will provide multi-project wafer (MPW) shuttle access to SkyWater’s S90 and S130 mixed-signal CMOS technologies.
Rescuing Local Journalism, One AI Tool At A Time
A USC Information Sciences Institute Ph.D. student uses artificial intelligence to develop models that streamline the process of building news stories from start to finish
USC at NeurIPS 2022
USC researchers present 23 papers at this leading venue for machine learning research.
AI4Health: A Collab for the Future of Health Care
USC’s Information Sciences Institute launches the Center on AI Research for Health.
Cloudwalkers: ISI and the Inventors of the Future
In 1972, USC’s Information Sciences Institute was given the power to design, develop and run the Internet. What followed was one of the greatest explosions of information in human history.
Anycast Agility: A Playbook for Combatting Online Attacks
USC’s Information Sciences Institute Ph.D student Rizvi published the “playbook” at the prestigious USENIX Security Symposium.
It’s Not Just a Phase – ISI Champions Hybrid Work Going Forward
Even with the pandemic in the rearview, USC’s Information Sciences Institute continues to evolve its hybrid working model.
The Reproducibility Crisis in Science – These Researchers Have a Fix
A team from USC’s Information Sciences Institute has developed a novel method for using AI and knowledge graphs to assess the trustworthiness of scientific research.
34 new hires, including the new biomedical engineering chair, join for fall and spring semesters
USC Viterbi New Faculty Hires 2022-2023
At the Heidelberg Laureate Forum: A Firsthand Account
ISI researcher Emmanuel Johnson networked with Nobel Laureates and talked shop with Turing Award Winners.