Getting ahead of artificial intelligence (AI) and understanding the value of education is important in preventing total domination by AI, according to John FitzGibbon.
Boston College Professor and Chair of the Economics Department Christopher F. Baum was presented with an American Economic Association (AEA) Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes his work in promoting increased accessibility within the field of economic research.
Sharing new ideas for a business can be scary, but that fear should not be a deterrent to pursuing new ideas anyways, according to Kevin Willer.
When two victims of domestic violence told Claire Donohue they had been court-mandated to participate in a parenting program with their abusers, she took it upon herself to look into high-conflict parenting classes and compile research to raise awareness.
Universities can and should have different rules for expression and speech than the public sphere, according to Kent Greenfield, Boston College Law professor and dean’s distinguished scholar.
Chemistry professor Larry W. McLaughlin, who taught at Boston College for 34 years before he died in November, was an “all-around talent,” according to Jianmin Gao.
Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin, late Professor of Irish Studies at Boston College, was a famed composer, pianist, and scholar of traditional Irish music.
Child hunger and malnutrition is a grave problem, but the solution is within reach, according to Navyn Salem, founder and CEO of Edesia Nutrition.
Journalism has the power to uncover and spread truth, but it can also create false narratives, according to Boston College journalism professor Charles Sennott.