USC scholars explain why programs like ChatGPT have everyone abuzz, and how they might radically change our world.
USC Dornsife researchers employ artificial intelligence to unveil the intricate world of DNA structure and chemistry, enabling unprecedented insights into gene regulation and disease.
Remo Rohs, founding chair of USC Dornsife’s newest academic department, is elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
How do you measure a cloud? How do you census a swarm of bees? Machine learning provides insights into complex natural phenomena.
From the species that brought you the moon landing and the hot dog eating contest, artificial intelligence is here to change the world. [9 ¾ min read]
The increasing acumen of artificial intelligence and new understandings of plant and animal behavior are challenging how we define humanity, says USC Dornsife anthropologist Tok Thompson.
A team of USC Dornsife psychologists and USC Viterbi computer scientists team up to investigate how music affects the way a person acts, feels and thinks. [2¾ min read]
Project uses artificial intelligence to track air quality in the districts, enclaves and cities that make up Los Angeles County.
In a boost for the advancement of artificial intelligence, Henrike Moll and Morteza Dehghani of psychology are the first researchers to examine pretend play and counterfactual reasoning in young children.