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Could AI be the next college teaching assistant? Some Colorado professors believe so

May 16, 2024

Some innovative classrooms, including the Generative AI class at ATLAS, are experimenting with ways to apply new AI tools in learning.

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2024 ATLAS Student Award Winners Announced

May 6, 2024

College of Engineering and Applied Science Graduating Student Awards Congratulations to the Spring 2024 Graduating Student Award winners for the College of Engineering and Applied Science! We’re excited to see six ATLAS students among the recipients this year. View the complete list of winners on the College of Engineering &...

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Microbiology as meditation: Living Matter Lab explores “livingness” in time

April 8, 2024

The Living Matter Lab pursues a deeper understanding of alternative perspectives on temporality through a surprising medium: kombucha SCOBY.

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A revolution in sound: Exploring new ways to listen at Sonic Summit

April 3, 2024

High-density speaker arrays use strategically placed speakers throughout a room to create an immersive three-dimensional soundscape. The ATLAS B2 Black Box Experimental Studio features performances that take full advantage of this technology.

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‘It is hijacking my brain’ – a team of experts found ways to help young people addicted to social media to cut the craving

Feb. 15, 2024

Many people have compared the addictive nature of social media to cigarettes. Checking your likes, they say, is the new smoke break. Others say the unease over social media is just the next round of moral panic about new technologies.

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ATLAS in Ireland: 12 community members present at TEI’24

Feb. 9, 2024

Research from 12 members of the ATLAS community including faculty, alumni and students is featured at the 18th ACM International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction.

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The B2 makes impacts across campus and beyond in 2023

Feb. 1, 2024

2023 was a banner year for the B2 Center for Media, Arts & Performance! This unique space is designed to advance and support interdisciplinary experimentation and radical creativity at the intersection of art, technology, media, science and performance. Equipped with an ambisonic sound array, motion capture studios, fully immersive green...

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Grace Leslie and Joel Swanson selected as Faculty Fellows

Dec. 20, 2023

The Research & Innovation Office has announced the 2024 RIO Faculty Fellows cohort, including assistant professor Grace Leslie and associate professor Joel Swanson along with 14 other faculty members from departments and research institutes across the campus.

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How will AI shape the next generation?

Nov. 10, 2023

The Center for the Brain, A.I., and Child researches how ChatGPT influences parenting, how students use AI for creative expression and what culturally sensitive AI development means.

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Social media is a lot like junk food. Here's how to make healthy choices

Nov. 8, 2023

Colorado joined more than 30 other states in a landmark lawsuit against Meta, the parent company behind Facebook and Instagram. The ATLAS Institute's Annie Margaret provides her perspective.