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ISI Ph.D. Students Land Coveted Summer Internships at Major Tech Companies
ISI students spent their summer sharpening their skills and solving real-world problems.
ISI: Internet Innovator for the Past 50 Years
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of USC’s Information Sciences Institute, we take a look back at its role in the development of the defining technology of our age: the internet.
Cracking the Code to Help Planet Earth
50 Years of ISI: How ISI has used computer science to mitigate the adverse effects of climate change and aid paleoclimatologists in natural disaster detection and management
Lost in Translation at the Border
A USC computer science student is developing natural language processing tools to tackle the translator shortage for Indigenous asylum seekers.
ISI Hosting a Symposium on the Future of Computing Research
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of USC’s Information Sciences Institute, the symposium will look at how computing research must evolve in the decades to come.
“The new generation of computer scientist wants to benefit society”
Professor Jim Kurose discusses the type of science computing researchers are focusing on and the future of the field based on the newest generation’s interests.
“The computing research community should think about its social responsibility”
VMWare’s Chris Ramming discusses how to plan collaborative research between universities and companies, how researchers should tackle twenty-first century problems
8 Things You Didn’t Know Computer Scientists Did
At USC’s Information Sciences Institute, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, research is more than just zeros and ones for its researchers, students and alumni.
USC Provost: “We are more demanding of AI than we are of ourselves”
USC Provost toured the Information Sciences Institute and met with inspired Ph.D students
Comparing Data While Keeping It Private
Tanmay Ghai’s work in maintaining privacy in entity resolution has garnered attention at the University of Southern California and beyond.