UCF is Exploring the Intersection of Art and Artificial Intelligence
July 17, 2023 In honor of Artificial Intelligence Appreciation Day (July 16), here’s how UCF is leveraging this rapidly evolving technology in the arts to discover a world of possibilities.
‘It’s Basically a New Paintbrush’: Exploring the Frontiers of AI in Art at UCF
April 17, 2023 Experts, students and guests attended the REALity of ARTificial Intelligence event Monday evening hosted by the UCF Center for Ethics in collaboration with the Center for Computer Vision and the School of Visual Arts and Design.
Graduate Faculty Profile: Jonathan Beever
May 25, 2021 Jonathan Beever’s research in applied ethics helps the community reimagine their relationships to and in the natural world.
Arts and Humanities Summer Speaker Series
June 17, 2020 The UCF College of Arts and Humanities is hosting a series of talks from the faculty highlighting research and teaching in arts and humanities. The summer speaker series will run from June 18 through July 23.
UCF Center for Ethics launches with Lisa M. Lee in conversation
October 02, 2019 UCF has launched a new Center for Ethics, the culmination of several years of work by dedicated faculty in the College of Arts and Humanities with the support of the Office of Research.
UCF Launches Center for Ethics
September 24, 2019 Lisa Lee, a nationally recognized expert on bioethics and ethics in education will speak at UCF on 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 25 to kick-off the center’s activities this semester. The free event is open to the UCF community.
‘Well, It’s Not Illegal!’
May 22, 2019 Stealing from a baby? Legal, but immoral. Going 2 mph over the speed limit? Illegal, but not immoral. UCF professors discussed this phenomenon on UCF Today.
Whom Should Self-Driving Cars Be Programmed to Protect?
January 16, 2019 Dr. Jonathan Beever and Dr. Stephen M. Kuebler discuss the ethical implications of self-driving cars.
UCF Ethics Bowl team places second in Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl
November 21, 2018 The UCF Ethics Bowl team is heading to the national Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl for a second year in a row, after placing second at the 2018 Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl.
Philosophy student presents research at nation’s only undergrad ethics conference
April 26, 2018 Discussions on ethics are happening in our society at all times, whether we are aware of them or not. Christopher Larson, a UCF student majoring in Philosophy, understands this idea that moral principles create the basis of almost everything, from politics to interpersonal relationships. “It’s impossible to not have an...