How many fast-food joints you come across throughout your day has a lot to with your health, says Abigail Horn of USC’s Information Sciences Institute.
USC experts have developed an AI tool that could help homeless service agencies avoid potential biases in housing allocation.
Research could lead to a new way for doctors to identify Latino children and teens most at risk of developing prediabetes.
A study led by the Keck School of Medicine of USC found that third-generation Mexican Americans are 66% more likely to get liver cancer than the first generation.
A USC-led study used AI to analyze influencer content on TikTok between 2019 and 2022. It found an increase in posts that promoted e-cigarettes.
A new robotic tool developed by a team of experts in computer science and biokinesiology could help stroke survivors more accurately track their recovery progress.
A new caregiver intervention program is found to lower rates of abuse.
Experts at USC and Microsoft explore the challenges the communications industry faces on the journey into the uncertain world of AI.
Being grateful throughout the year can lead to better health and well-being, USC’s Glenn Fox says.
In teaching and research, advanced computational methods are essential for achieving the strategic vision at USC Viterbi’s Sonny Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.