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USC Academic Honors Convocation honorees include Karen Symms Gallagher
The event, held online this year due to the pandemic, recognizes that USC is above all else a community of scholars.
USC faculty members named University Professors and Distinguished Professors
The very selective awards recognize significant accomplishments by leading scholars in their fields.
Two USC faculty members named National Academy of Inventors fellows
Gianluca Lazzi of the Keck School of Medicine of USC and Neil Siegel of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering have been named fellows of the National Academy of Inventors.
How does music affect our brains? USC researchers use AI to investigate
A team of computer scientists and psychologists teamed up to investigate how listening to music impacts how we act, feel and think.
Hip-hop or country? USC student’s AI tool analyzes ‘Old Town Road’
According to a PhD student’s artificial intelligence tool that analyzes lyrics and chords, Lil Nas X’s record-setting hit really does cross genres.
Is a testifying child telling the truth? This USC student’s research could help courts predict
USC Viterbi student Zane Durante is developing natural language processing techniques to identify truthful or deceptive speech in child forensic interviews.
Jane Harman and John Brooks Slaughter among honorees at Academic Honors Convocation
The event, held at Town and Gown on the University Park Campus, recognizes that USC is above all else a community of scholars.
Using artificial intelligence tools to identify levels of violence in movies
A new AI tool, developed by PhD students at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, can assess the amount of violence in movies and help producers, screenwriters and studios predict MPAA ratings.
MRIs give researchers new insight into beatboxing and linguistics
Shrikanth Narayanan of USC Viterbi says beatboxers are trying to create a new sound system.
Smart buildings that keep us comfy and content might happen sooner than you think
USC experts in architecture, engineering and other disciplines turn our passive surroundings into responsive structures that promote productivity and well-being.
Students who study, sleep more don’t just do better in school — they’re happier, too
Data collected from student volunteers reveals trends in well-being, academic performance and behavior.
Are female characters pivotal to the plot of a movie?
USC’s Signal Analysis and Interpretation Lab reveals findings on race, age and gender from thousands of pages of dialogue.
Empathy, tech combine to improve autism awareness and research
April marks National Autism Awareness Month, and USC experts weigh in with the latest developments in research, treatment and more.
A clear-cut approach to autism screening and diagnosis
New algorithms improve efficiency and identify more specific behavioral targets for intervention.
Can you tell if your therapist has empathy?
New software developed by researchers detects a person’s ability to understand or share feelings in therapy sessions.
Sticks and stones: Words can deceive — tone of voice cannot
Researchers analyze therapy sessions to accurately predict whether relationships will improve.
Animal movement analyzed, with unlikely help from an octopus
USC researchers want to know more about the human tongue, and they travel to Japan for answers.
Therapist to patient: ‘What I hear is …’
USC Viterbi professor’s research of empathy could improve relationships between professionals and clients.
USC Viterbi researcher leverages engineering to decode autism
Shrikanth Narayanan is helping to improve the diagnoses and treatment of autism through advances in engineering and computing.
So happy together
Picture this: A young married couple attends a counseling session together to share their feelings, frustrations, needs and desires.
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab welcomes new research fellows
New research fellows with interdisciplinary backgrounds in art, science, design and engineering have joined the USC Annenberg Innovation Lab.
The Computer Says He Sounds Drunk
People find it easy to pick up on verbal clues that someone is drunk – his or her speech is slowed, slurred, stumbling and often louder than usual. But can a computer learn to do the same?
Behavioral Informatics Takes Shape at USC Viterbi
In recent years, USC Viterbi School of Engineering professor Shrikanth S. Narayanan has worked on behavioral informatics, a new field aimed quantifying and interpreting human interaction and communication through the use of engineering and computing innovations.
USC Viterbi Professors Lead Underwater Research
Say you let loose a dozen robots into the ocean. The launch is easy. What’s harder is figuring out how best to program this “search party” to collect data, communicate with each other underwater and send information home to the mother ship.