Tags AI

SFSU students win competition for 'Simba Police' app

by Betsy Foresman • 3 months ago

The voice-activated mobile assistant, which won first place at a pitch competition, will be able to run background checks, scan license plates, retrieve driver details even call for backup.

Transcription firm Verbit eyes new languages with $31M funding round

by Colin Wood • 8 months ago

The company says its technology, used in many top learning institutions, will be improved and expanded to include support for additional languages.

In higher ed, not all chatbots are created equal

by Daniel Robb • 10 months ago

Commentary: Choose technology that best suits the institution's specific needs for student engagement, just as USC Aiken has, says Daniel Robb.

Stanford's 'QuizBot' helps students retain 25 percent more information

by Betsy Foresman • 1 year ago

Backed by an artificial intelligence named "Frosty the penguin," a new chatbot was shown to encourage longer study periods and raise quiz scores.

University of South Carolina announces AI institute

by Betsy Foresman • 1 year ago

A shared space will allow faculty and students a chance to work together across disciplines to solve difficult problems facing various industries.

How AI tools are changing the need to build more elasticity in enterprise data storage

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

Artificial intelligence gives higher education institutions better insights into their data, if infrastructure supports the levels of compute needed.

Higher education is rethinking its fundamental model, Horizon Report says

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

Educause says universities and colleges are searching for ways to adapt to online competitors and an evolving workforce.

How universities can innovate their way to a smart-campus ecosystem

by Michael Mathews • 1 year ago

It starts by putting students at the center of the design model, explains Michael L. Mathews, CIO at Oral Roberts University.

Quizlet secures $20 million for new AI study tools

by Chloe Kim • 3 years ago

The San Francisco-based edtech startup will enhance its artificial intelligence programs and grow its international presence.

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