COMMENCEMENT: Chris Birmingham was inspired by his own health crisis.
People automatically understand the steps in some processes. (Raking leaves? Get a trash can.) Two Trojans explain why robots need the same skills they’re going to be truly collaborative helpers.
A robotic dog is a paws-itively worthy successor to George Tirebiter.
Mohammad Rostami of USC Viterbi’s Information Sciences Institute studies how to teach machines to learn without any supervision.
Experts at the USC Information Sciences Institute are working to make machines that can engage in conversations the way humans do.
When USC’s Information Sciences Institute launched in 1972, the video game, pocket calculator and floppy disk were new and the internet as we know it did not exist. What will the next 50 years bring?
Researchers will study optimized symbiotic vehicles for use in warehouses and for robot deliveries.
USC Viterbi researchers and colleagues outline how robots and other machines of the future can achieve lifelong learning.
At an industry-leading AI conference, USC experts lead the discussion on topics such as language learning, 3D-object recognition, thinking robots and data management.
For your next coffee and pancake order, all you need is a couple of robots — and USC Viterbi students to program them.