Tags Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Miami Dade College opens AI Center to boost local workforce

by Colin Wood

Miami Dade College opened the doors of its first of two centers for artificial intelligence, propping up new courses and professional development programs.

University of Florida now offers faculty and staff free AI courses

by Emily Bamforth

In a bid to promote AI education, the University of Florida is offering free microcredential courses in AI to its faculty and staff.

Balancing optimism with caution in higher ed AI

by Kathe Pelletier

Higher education leaders are right to be cautious about using artificial intelligence in classrooms or operations, Educause's Kathe Palletier writes. But there are reasons for optimism, and helpful examples to guide ethical and practical applications.

2022 Educause Horizon Report highlights emerging edtech, professional development

by Emily Bamforth

The 2022 Educause Horizon Report shares strategies for emerging technology and developing sustainable online learning.

MIT, tech firms seek to improve AI's energy efficiency

by Emily Bamforth

MIT formed a research team to determine if hardware that runs AI systems can be made more energy-efficient.

Arizona community college opens artificial intelligence lab

by Emily Bamforth

Chandler-Gilbert Community College is the first school to join a network of AI laboratories sponsored by Dell and Intel.

Clemson embraces AI analytics with $3.3 million software donation

by Emily Bamforth

Clemson University plans to train its researchers, staff and students on AI-based analytics software through a donation from SAS.

Moderna partners with Carnegie Mellon to teach employees about AI

by Emily Bamforth

The biotech firm Moderna is partnering with AI pioneer Carnegie Mellon on an executive education course.

Building the infrastructure needed to secure research mega-grants with AI tools

by EdScoop Staff

Research mega-grants promise new revenue streams for higher-ed institutions. However, they come with expectations for high compute and performance requirements says a new report.

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