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Following up on Robotic Sleeves and other BCOE research projects

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside (UCR), have continued their efforts to enhance the independence of children with cerebral palsy and other physical...

The growing trend of AI chatbots risks a misinformation crisis

With the recent surge of companies racing to come out with their own beta version AI chatbots, a few have produced some unexpected surprises....

Robot Sleeves for Kids with Cerebral Palsy and Other Physical Disabilities

A new project from researchers at the University of California, Riverside, aims to improve independence for children with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities....

Online dating is ultimately still unreliable

Online dating has become a societal norm. Using different apps such as Hinge, Tinder and Bumble is now common. Through these dating apps, users...

ChatGPT could be a potential threat to academia

ChatGPT is a relatively new AI software from OpenAI originally developed as a language software designed to engage in conversations and has the capabilities...

Citizen journalists have no right to identify themselves as journalists

Journalism is the hallmark of a genuine democracy and is absolutely essential to maintaining a well informed electorate. These ideals are threatened by the...

It isn’t surprising that social media apps are dangerous for children...

It would seem that the target audience for the majority of social media apps is constantly getting younger. With this shift in online culture...

Relevance of physical media in the digital age

The digital era has ushered in a wave of easy to click content, creating a competitive sea of influencers and creators grasping for people’s...

The inevitable rise of automation warrants cautious optimism

Society seems to be on the eve of an exciting new era of development. Automation is advancing at unprecedented rates, bringing with it many...

Simulation helps train faculty to better recognize psychological distress in students

For the past three years, UCR faculty and staff have utilized an online training simulation designed to help people identify and respond to students...