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USC @ EMNLP 2023

December 6, 2023

USC researchers present papers at EMNLP 2023, one of the world’s top natural language processing conferences.

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The MADLab uses sewing, embroidery and lasers to create sensors and wearables. Image/Greta Harrison

Medical Wearables are All Sewn Up

November 20, 2023

Researchers in the Alfred E. Mann Department of Biomedical Engineering use embroidery and lasers to create affordable, cutting-edge sensors for wearables and personalized healthcare.

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Given a broken link, the system automatically discovers the page’s new URL, overcoming the dreaded 404 error. Photo/iStock.

Error 404, No More

October 25, 2023

USC Computer Science Associate Professor Harsha Madhyastha and his team introduce FABLE, a new system that finds broken links and redirects users to the correct page

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Precooling a house with AC during the day could lighten the stress on the power grid when demand surges in the late afternoon and early evening. (Photo/pinkyhong138 / Pixabay)

Just Play It Cool…Pre-Cool

September 19, 2023

Dramatically cooling homes with renewable energy in the middle of the day could reduce carbon dioxide emissions, save consumers money and prevent rolling blackouts

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A new study led by USC researchers finds that robots can teach other robots how to learn by sharing knowledge. Photo/iStock.

AI That Teaches Other AI

July 18, 2023

A new USC study finds that by sharing knowledge with each other at the same time, AI agents can quickly learn a wider range of tasks, with applications in medicine and beyond.