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30th annual UC/PNC Economic Outlook recognizes past, looks to...

February 29, 2024

The 30th annual UC/PNC Economic Outlook was held Feb. 22 at Cincinnati Music Hall. Hosted by the UC Real Estate Center and PNC Bank, 350 attendees milled about Music Hall’s second-floor ballroom to network and hear insights into the latest local, national and international economic developments.

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Examining the potential benefits and dangers of AI

February 28, 2024

Generative artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing and soon will be ubiquitous in everyday life, making us more productive and helping to solve complex problems while simultaneously creating new legal and ethical issues, a University of Cincinnati professor said. Jeffrey Shaffer, the Joseph S. Stern Professor of Practice and assistant professor-educator in UC’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business, sees AI as a tool that will transform lives, perhaps even more so than the internet did. He’s given presentations on AI and will teach a class about it in the fall, embracing the evolving technology in his life and in the classroom.

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30th annual UC/PNC Economic Outlook recognizes past, looks to...

February 29, 2024

The 30th annual UC/PNC Economic Outlook was held Feb. 22 at Cincinnati Music Hall. Hosted by the UC Real Estate Center and PNC Bank, 350 attendees milled about Music Hall’s second-floor ballroom to network and hear insights into the latest local, national and international economic developments.

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Examining the potential benefits and dangers of AI

February 28, 2024

Generative artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing and soon will be ubiquitous in everyday life, making us more productive and helping to solve complex problems while simultaneously creating new legal and ethical issues, a University of Cincinnati professor said. Jeffrey Shaffer, the Joseph S. Stern Professor of Practice and assistant professor-educator in UC’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business, sees AI as a tool that will transform lives, perhaps even more so than the internet did. He’s given presentations on AI and will teach a class about it in the fall, embracing the evolving technology in his life and in the classroom.

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From memes to machines: RevolutionUC set to dominate 1819...

February 22, 2024

UC 1819 Innovation Hub is gearing up to host the highly anticipated 13th annual RevolutionUC Hackathon event (RevUC) this weekend, February 24-25. The student run event is organized by the Association for Computing Machinery at UC and supported by the UC Center for Entrepreneurship. The event is open to all college and high school students from across the Midwest, irrespective of major or programming background.

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Failure to pass fire levies can lower house values

February 20, 2024

Cuts to fire protection funding initially have a larger effect on home prices than crime, school quality or environmental quality, but the short-term decreases don’t persist, University of Cincinnati economists found.

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Unleashing innovation: UC's Lab2Market program empowers STEM...

February 16, 2024

The University of Cincinnati is spearheading a new initiative by launching its Lab2Market program, empowering the next generation of STEM researchers into the realm of entrepreneurship. Recognizing the importance of commercialization in translating scientific and technological research into tangible societal and environmental benefits, UC is taking a bold step in nurturing a culture of innovation and market-driven thinking.

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UC professor wins national Entrepreneurship Educator award

February 12, 2024

To celebrate excellence and dedication to entrepreneurship education, the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) awarded its prestigious Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year Award to University of Cincinnati professor Charles H. Matthews, PhD.

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Cuteness overload

February 12, 2024

Tears of joy. Playful bites of a partner. A baby who’s so cute you just want to pinch him. Those physical displays of what might look like aggression actually signal intense love. And they are perfectly normal, says Oriana Aragon, PhD, a UC social psychologist and assistant professor of marketing who coined the term "cute aggression."

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30th Annual UC/PNC Economic Outlook

Event: February 23, 2024 7:15 AM

The UC Real Estate Center’s February Roundtable will celebrate the 30th iteration of the UC/PNC Economic Outlook Conference on Friday, February 23 at Music Hall in downtown Cincinnati.

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