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Mayank Kejriwal Recognized for Public Engagement Work

Research assistant professor in the Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Mayank Kejriwal has been honored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science as a finalist in the Early Career Award for Public Engagement with Science. Kejriwal is the first USC faculty member to be recognized in the 11-year history of the awards.

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Looking For An Internship as a High School Student? Read About Kelsie's Experience at USC ISI

Despite their high qualifications, women make up only a quarter of jobs in the tech industry today. Compared to their male counterparts, theyâ&euro&tradere less likely to follow career paths in coding, machine learning, and other avenues of tech due to an underlying but overwhelming gender disparity that exists within the industry.

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Symposium on the Future of AI: Will AIs Ever Be One of Us?

We all interact with AI systems, but they don't interact with people in the same way that we interact with one another. They know very little, do very little, and learn very little compared to humans.

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R. Thomas Mc CoyNL Seminar

Universal Linguistic Inductive Biases Via Meta-Learning

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Dhruv Batra, Georgia TechAI Seminar

Do Blind AI Navigation Agents Build Maps?

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USC AI Futures Symposium

Profound innovations at the intersection of artificial intelligence and data science are changing our lives. These innovations are transforming how we improve our health, connect with others, sustain our environment, understand complex systems, and enrich our lives. This symposium will present an overview of interdisciplinary research at USC in these critical areas.

This event is part of the USC AI Futures Symposium Series. A prior event was held in January 2021 with the theme: Will AIs Ever Be One of Us?.

Visit the USC AI Futures Symposium Website »