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UC's own takes on AI transparency

September 15, 2023

In the challenging world of big data and artificial intelligence, a University of Cincinnati alumnus is helping to lead the charge for accountability and transparency in AI — a concept known as explainable artificial intelligence. Javier Viaña is the co-founder of REZON, a platform that brings real-time explainability to AI. REZON shows the inner reasoning of existing AI so automated decision making is not only efficient but also fair and trustworthy.


NEXT Innovation Scholars Program helped seal the deal for one student

August 28, 2023

Max Kemats' aspirations extend beyond personal success; he envisions a future in innovation where his dedication will forge impactful solutions forward in a wave of positive change. Currently studying economics in the University of Cincinnati's Carl H. Lindner College of Business with a planned minor in public health, Kemats said being selected for the NEXT Innovation Scholars (NIS) program was what solidified his choice of UC.


Exploring express licensing through the University of Cincinnati

August 11, 2023

In today's rapidly evolving landscape of startups, the process of licensing innovations can often be a complex and time-consuming endeavor. However, for faculty or staff seeking to bring their ideas or technology to the market and for entrepreneurs eager to collaborate with these inventors, the University of Cincinnati developed an innovative solution — express licensing.


Lt. Gov. Jon Husted leads AI panel at UC's 1819 Innovation Hub

August 9, 2023

The rapidly developing field of artificial intelligence (AI) and its significant opportunities for Ohio were the focus of a forum held at the University of Cincinnati's 1819 Innovation Hub this month. Led by Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted, the Ohio | AI Forum: Cincinnati was presented by OhioX and InnovateOhio.


Exploring the role of the UC Makerspace prototyping technician

August 8, 2023

Meet Gabrielle Stichweh, one of the creative powerhouses behind the University of Cincinnati Groundfloor Makerspace. As the prototyping technician inside the 1819 Innovation Hub's Makerspace, Stichweh bridges the gap between makers and the cutting-edge technologies available at their fingertips.