Healthcare, social issues, politics, network security, quantum, and even space. ISI’s research areas are endless.
Researchers find bias in up to 38.6% of ‘facts’ used by AI
A team of researchers from the USC Information Sciences Institute studied two AI databases to see if their data was fair. They found that it wasn’t.
Busting Anti-Queer Bias in Text Prediction
New research at USC shows how to train a popular language model to remove homophobic, anti-queer bias
Finding Bugs Faster Than Hackers
USC Information Sciences Institute researchers have developed a novel approach to quickly identify security vulnerabilities.
USC ISI Research Shows a Promising Future for Animal-like Computer Vision
USC’s Information Sciences Institute researchers present a pathway for adapted biological retinae in machines so their vision can mimic animal eyes.
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.
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