More U.S. consumers than ever—68 percent (roughly 170 million people)—plan to purchase technology gifts this holiday season, a six percent increase over last year, according to the Consumer Technology Association. Many of these gifts will end up being wearables, drones, virtual reality headsets, smart home devices, and other “bleeding edge” digital toys
A new study has found that women have better brainpower after menopause if they had their last baby after age 35, used hormonal contraceptives for more than 10 years or began their menstrual cycle before turning 13.
A new initiative will give students an opportunity to collaborate with participants of USC’s International Artist Fellowship program.
USC Sea Grant partners with the U.S. Geological Survey and Santa Monica for a virtual reality installation nicknamed “the Owl,” which photo-realistically depicts the rising sea levels pushing the famed Southern California coastline eastward.
This is the seventh year Nikias has delivered baklava to the Trojan Knights in the week before the rivalry game, establishing a new tradition alongside longstanding ones.
USC experts in social media, psychology, political science, policy, law and journalism on Wednesday will discuss the election’s impact on several issues – from concerns about human rights to our relationships on social media. Panelists will also discuss the USC Dornsife/LA Times Presidential Election Daybreak poll.
A visionary leader in the epidemiology of eye diseases, he has been interim dean of the school since March
PRESS CALL Today (11/9) at 9 AM PST/Noon EST about the USC Dornsife/LA Times Presidential Election poll
The poll has been tracking a panel of more than 3,000 voters since July to measure their certainty of voting for the presidential candidates. USC is hosting a press call to respond to reporters’ inquiries about the poll.
This message ‘bot’ to you: A deep scientific analysis of tweets this #Election reveals that fake Twitter accounts – “bots” – generated a fifth of all political tweets and are swaying the discourse, according to scientists at the USC Information Sciences Institute.
From the hacking of political party e-mails to voter database intrusion and claims of rigged elections, cybersecurity is a prominent concern in the 2016 presidential election. The National Conference of State Legislatures says the mechanics of a presidential election haven’t been so scrutinized since 2000. USC experts in elections administration, information technologies and politics discuss.