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Using AI in the arts to promote COVID-19 vaccines

April 11, 2022

The Covid Reflections installation is one of seven projects funded by the Arts for UF Vaccine Confidence Program, an initiative sponsored by UF’s College of Arts’ Center for Arts in Medicine. It will be set up at the Plaza of the Americas from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 12 and April 18. It was created by Ines Said, Austin Stansbury and Erica Del Hagen. The team wanted to explore how augmented reality could be used in a public health setting, Stansbury said.  Read More >>

UF researchers receive NSF grant to study integration of AI in middle schools

April 21, 2022

The project will research how to teach NLP with ethics and ethical reasoning applied to relevant local issues and investigate how to integrate AI learning through NLP into middle school science on weather systems and cycles through problem-based learning. Investigators will work with teachers and students at middle schools in Florida and Indiana. Read More >>

SEC Consortium hosts AI Across Curriculum conference

April 5, 2022

In its latest step to expand artificial intelligence education, the Southeastern Conference AI Consortium will host a conference this Friday to discuss the impact of AI across academic fields as well as potential opportunities for collaboration. The Mini-Conference on Artificial Intelligence in the Curriculum will be held virtually and include time for discussion within disciplinary breakout groups about current and future opportunities to add AI to existing curricula. Read More >>