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Ivy Munoko

University of Florida professor receives NSF CAREER Award for AI research project

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Assistant Professor in the Fisher School of Accounting Ivy Munoko has recently received the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award. The award is the research foundation’s most prestigious award that supports early-career faculty

AI is the latest gold rush

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has sparked a technological gold rush. On February 6, graduating senior Brett Posner-Ferfman (BA ’24, BS ’24) moderated a panel on the intersection of AI, business and journalism. The panel featured Jack Faricy Professor and Director of

Jess Jiang

Planet Money’s Jess Jiang to discuss how AI is transforming business

Jess Jiang, an Emmy-winning journalist and editor of NPR’s economics podcast Planet Money, will visit the University of Florida campus as the university’s inaugural Business Journalist in Residence Feb. 5-8. Her visit will include a public panel discussion titled, “How

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Warrington lends analytics expertise to UF strategic sports initiative

The University of Florida is embarking on a multi-faceted initiative to propel the university to the global stage in sports performance, healthcare, and communication, while illuminating its world-class sports facilities and partnerships.  As part of the UF & Sport Collaborative,

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Upgrade your semester with AI courses at Warrington

There’s a buzz on the University of Florida’s campus. Sitting in classrooms or walking across the Plaza of the Americas, you’ll hear students talking about “the AI school.” The term isn’t just in reference to Malachowsky Hall, a newly opened

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Candor wins UF AI Days Pitch Competition

Candor, a virtual communications company, was awarded first place in this year’s UF AI Days Pitch Competition. The company uses artificial intelligence to create a user-friendly platform for constituents to voice their complaints to local governance, providing an app that

Fintech in education – Preparing the next generation of business leaders

As the University of Florida seeks to build an AI university and transform the future workforce, financial technology has emerged as an area of focus, especially for the Warrington College of Business. “The emergent focus on fintech is a natural

AACSB + UF Warrington College of Business

UF Warrington & AACSB partner to share best practices in AI and analytics education

In recent years, businesses have set a demand for graduates across disciplines with artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics competencies that can be immediately applied to their work. With this need, business schools across the nation are enhancing their AI and

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Fire Neural Network wins UF AI Days Pitch Competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Fire Neural Network rose to the top of the business ideas presented at the inaugural UF AI Days Pitch Competition. Fire Neural Network uses AI to quickly and accurately locate lightning-initiated wildfires, reducing detection times from 24

How employees can thrive amid changes brought on by AI

Businesses have been incorporating AI technologies into their practices for several years, but how will these changing technologies impact our workforce? Clinical Professor and Executive Director of the Miller Retail Center Joel Davis explains what changes our workforce might expect

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