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News - November 2021
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Renyuan Xu, former Oxford researcher, joins USC Viterbi, bringing expertise in probability to improve finance and COVID-19 public health policy.
How AI Could Help Screen for Autism in Children
An interdisciplinary team led by USC computer science researchers is creating a faster, more reliable and more accessible system to help clinicians screen children for developmental disorders such as autism and ADHD.
In Memoriam: "Renaissance Man" George Ban-Weiss
A world-class environmental researcher and virtuoso bassist, Ban-Weiss influenced public policy and touched lives.
USC Viterbi Professor and Undergrad Team Up to Improve AI
The duo designed a new tool to make neural networks faster, more powerful, and cheaper.
If You Can't See Inside a Cell, Let the Math Look For You!
Researchers at USC and beyond develop a new structure for modeling the inner functions of a cell.
Inaugural Class of Groundbreaking U.S.-China Degree Program Arrives at USC
Participants in the Communication Data Science Dual Degree Program with Tsinghua University arrived in August 2021 to begin a year of coursework at USC.
USC and UCLA Students Compete in Philanthropic Video Game Tournament
Proceeds will go to the Gerald A. Lawson Endowment Fund for Black and Indigenous Students and UCLA Bruin's Black Bruin Resource Center.
USC Viterbi Students Develop AI-based Alzheimer's Diagnosis Tool
A student team developed machine learning algorithms that help predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease using speech.
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