27 June 2024

To Lead Is Human: What Does Responsible Leadership Mean in the Age of AI?

The rapidity with which generative AI has entered the workplace has led some to reflexively resist its incursion, while others have grappled with new ethical issues that surfaced seemingly overnight. Leaders and faculty at Darden weigh in on what responsible leadership looks like in the age of AI.

18 June 2024

What’s Really Behind Microsoft’s Strategy for ‘Call of Duty’ and Game Pass

Microsoft will offer an option to access the next edition of “Call of Duty” this fall through the Xbox Game Pass subscription streaming service – rather than exclusively selling the game on discs. What does Microsoft’s move say about the video game and entertainment industry? The Darden Report checked in with Professor Anthony Palomba for some ideas.

09 May 2024

UVA Darden Charts Path for Responsible Business and Human Excellence in the Age of AI

The Darden School’s Artificial Intelligence Initiative, bolstered by the largest gift in School history from Dave (MBA ’78) and Kathy LaCross and Darden’s Sands Institute for Lifelong Learning, announces new offerings and ideas to help chart the course of responsible business and human excellence in the age of artificial intelligence.

16 April 2024

UVA Darden Sands Institute for Lifelong Learning Examines AI as Disruptive Force in Talent and Workforce Development

Convening attendees from the education, private, and government and public policy sectors, the Sands Institute for Lifelong Learning at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business examined how artificial intelligence (AI) is accelerating the evolving landscape of lifelong learning and workforce development at its inaugural “The Future of Learning at Work Summit.”

10 April 2024

New Darden Research Uncovers Disparities in Federal STEM-Related Contracts

New research from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business shows that women-owned and minority-owned businesses remain severely underrepresented in the fast-growing and highly paid segment of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics)-related federal contracts.

07 March 2024

Babylon Micro-Farms Named in TIME’s List of Top GreenTech Companies for 2024

Founded by two University of Virginia alumni, the company graduated from the i.Lab incubator program of the Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology at the Darden School of Business.