My graduation this week has been possible because of my EE family: compassionate professors, hard-working students, and supportive staff. I thank them all for the learning experience and companionship.
John, I know you worked very hard and handled so many things with your patience, insight and intelligence. Day and night, weekend and holidays – for the school and for us. You might be a little bit tired. It’s time to take a break, get some sleep, and rest in peace.
New advancements in machine learning are getting the technology closer than ever to predicting the behavior of the most unpredictable of subjects – humans.
Neural networks and AI shouldn’t be seen as a technology that will replace humanity. Instead, it can lead to an era of greatly improved human understanding and communication.
The first of three blogs this week all about Neural Networks. An undergrad, PhD student, and Alumnus each share their experience in the field.
I always knew I wanted to be an engineer and help change the world. But it wasn’t until I got to USC that I was able to realize my passion for entrepreneurship.
Last month I organized the first ever Open House for EE PhD students. It was a chance for all of us, despite our different areas of research and backgrounds to come together, get to know each other, and maybe even collaborate.
Once I started at USC, I was eager to find research opportunities in Robotics and Internet of Things. Luckily, the EE department makes really easy for undergrads to get set up in one of the many labs and work closely with professors.
The goal of our new club, Makers, is to provide a dedicated space for students to work together and build electronic projects outside of the classroom.
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