Symposium on the Future of AI: Will AIs Ever Be One of Us?

March 1, 2021 We all interact with AI systems, but they don't interact with people in the same way that we interact with one another. They know very little, do very little, and learn very little compared to humans. Read More >

Do Humans Trust AI Coworkers?

February 18, 2021 Tony Stark, a.k.a Iron Man, is a genius with an incredibly strong, rocket-powered suit. But he's not alone. Read More >

Join ISI's Rising Star Internship Program for a Unique Educational Experience!

February 17, 2021 Rising Star is a unique internship program offered by USC's Information Sciences Institute for highly motivated, academically exceptional individuals who are seeking admission to Viterbi School of Engineering's Master of Science program. Read More >

USC ISI to Host Inaugural Pegasus Users Group Meeting

February 4, 2021 On February 23 and 25, USC's Information Sciences Institute will be hosting the first ever Pegasus Users Group (PUG) Meeting. The virtual workshop will provide a space for Pegasus users and collaborators to interact with developers and share their feedback about the software. Read More >

2020 IEEE Award: Behind the "Screens" with Scientists Stephen Casner and Eve Schooler

January 27, 2021 In the digital age of the pandemic, when we're more dependent on the Internet than ever, it's hard to imagine a time when the world wasn't so connected through our screens. However, the beginnings of the Internet were not as far away as we may think. Read More >

Crafting Common Sense into AI Models Through Gameplay

January 25, 2021 Humans are highly adaptable creatures. Whether it be learning from past experience or understanding social expectations, we move from one situation to another with ease. For artificial intelligence, adapting to new situations is not as easy. Read More >