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AI not intelligent like its maker

November 20, 2023

In a paper in Nature Human Behaviour, UC's Anthony Chemero explains the difference between AI thinking and human thinking: although AI can 'lie and BS' like it's maker, it is not embodied therefore doesn't have the same definition as intelligent.


Lindner first-year students pilot co-op requirement

November 20, 2023

The onset of the 2023-24 academic year at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business ushered in the first phase of the college’s universal co-op program rollout. Beginning with the current fall semester, universal co-op became a voluntary, opt-in requirement for traditional, first-year students.


Groundbreaking engineer honored with alumni award

November 17, 2023

University of Cincinnati alumnus Keith Boswell embarked on a remarkable career journey that spanned more than 38 years at Caterpillar, Inc. His enduring commitment to excellence and his contributions to the engineering industry and his community were recently celebrated by his alma mater. Boswell was presented with the 2023 Herman Schneider Distinguished Alumni Award by the University of Cincinnati Alumni Association and the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science.


Data hoarding dilemma and the costs of clinging to the past

November 17, 2023

In a thought-provoking event held at the University of Cincinnati's 1819 Innovation Hub, experts from prominent organizations such as AHEAD, Fortified and the 1819 Learning Lab converged to discuss the transformative power of technology in unlocking business value. The gathering served as a forum for engagement, where participants — including 1819 partners, UC faculty, staff and students — explored the intricate intersection of business and technology.


Celebrate the holiday season with upcoming CCM concerts

November 17, 2023

CCM's collegiate and preparatory ensembles celebrate the holidays with a variety of upcoming performances! CCM's winter holiday concerts include the Jazz Nutcracker on Nov. 19 and Feast of Carols on Dec. 2 and 3.


Using data to improve care for traumatic brain injuries

November 16, 2023

The University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute's Brandon Foreman recently published survey results identifying areas of consensus and needs for further research to develop a standard practice for comprehensively monitoring brain health in the intensive care unit.


Meet UC’s big-data problem solvers

November 16, 2023

The University of Cincinnati. UC’s Advanced Research Computing Center at Digital Futures helps researchers across disciplines process and analyze their numbers. They offer access to supercomputers and expertise to analyze and visualize data.


UC student teams cracking codes for change at MakeUC event

November 15, 2023

Within the sleek confines of 1819’s cutting-edge technology, an army of overnight hackers unleashed a wave of innovation, turning laptops into digital canvases and transforming the ESports Innovation Lab into a virtual battlefield. In the Makerspace’s hidden lair, 3D robotic models were forged — all for a good cause.


Seven engineering faculty join UC

November 15, 2023

The University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science welcomed seven new faculty members starting in August 2023 at the start of the 2023-24 fall semester. There were an additional six faculty members that joined CEAS at the start of the 2022-23 spring semester in January 2023.


Dayton 24/7 Now: Environmental concerns after lithium-ion battery burns in Piqua, why the company was allowed to police itself

November 15, 2023

People in the Dayton, Ohio suburb of Piqua are expressing concerns about the city burning lithium-ion batteries at a training facility near the Great Miami River. The program had been going on for five years, since 2018, but the environmental impact of these lithium-ion battery burns is still unknown. Dayton 24/7 Now produced a story on the issue, interviewing Jun Wang, PhD, of the Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences at the UC College of Medicine.


UC cocaine research disrupts traditional theory

November 15, 2023

For more than 50 years, the conventional wisdom in the field of cocaine self-administration research has been that people take cocaine based on the theory of the drug providing positive reinforcement to the user. New research out of UC shows that a pharmacological equation disproves that concept and could spark a major shift in that field of research.


Develop professionalism, leadership through ROTC at UC

November 15, 2023

Most college students spend their summers catching up on classes and working part-time jobs. Not Alicia Van ‘t Riet, who spent the summer of her freshman year in Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia, and the summer of her sophomore year in Estonia – all without paying a dime.


Alumni Speaker Series highlights 'rock of truth'

November 15, 2023

The Lindner Alumni Council (LAC) partnered with Sigma Sigma men's honorary to welcome students, Lindner and University of Cincinnati alumni, and other guests to Carl H. Lindner Hall on Nov. 2 for LAC's annual Alumni Speaker Series program.