Russell, AI division director at the USC Information Sciences Institute, discusses his impressions of the recent U.K. AI Safety Summit.
With Krampus-based movies, comic books and festivities growing in popularity, the scary Alpine holiday legend has gained a firm foothold in America.
USC experts weigh in on the impacts of the protracted conflict on climate change as world leaders convene for the annual climate summit — an event being held against the backdrop of Russian supply chain manipulation.
The student work revives a beloved tradition linking the USC School of Dramatic Arts and the largest arts festival in the world.
As the U.S. and Britain announce sanctions against Russia and soldiers march into Ukraine, USC experts discuss the escalation of the conflict — and note a distinct change in Vladimir Putin’s usual propaganda tactics.
Russian cyberwarfare continues to shape the conflict, USC experts say, but alliances could curb more aggressive strategies.
The college’s Department of English, with the support of the Subir and Malina Chowdhury Foundation and in collaboration with Kenyon College and the Kenyon Review, will award the $20,000 prize during a gala at USC in April.
Elana Glasenberg is helping to bring students with disabilities out of the shadows in Ukraine.
Clinical Associate Professor Jennifer Lewis and Clinical Professor Emerita Anne Katz are among highly select number of USC faculty awarded by U.S. Department of State.