Tags machine learning

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

by Colin Wood • 1 week ago

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

Butler U. app will guide visually-impaired students through campus

by Betsy Foresman • 2 weeks ago

The "Guide Dawg" app will help visually impaired students get to and from class more easily and avoid hazards on campus.

In higher ed, not all chatbots are created equal

by Daniel Robb • 2 months ago

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

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

by EdScoop Staff • 9 months ago

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

Universities wanting better cybersecurity should turn to the cloud, CIO says

by Jake Williams • 10 months ago

The investment needed to afford "top of the line" cyber tools is pushing more schools to the cloud, says Oral Roberts University CIO Mike Mathews.

Google's first machine learning program launches at Mills College

by Betsy Foresman • 12 months ago

The course's launch is a testbed for a wider program the tech giant plans to roll out nationwide to support the computer science workforce.

Google's machine-learning boot camp targets workforce gap

by Betsy Foresman • 1 year ago

A computer science initiative addressing workforce shortages will be piloted at Mills College in Oakland this February and other schools next summer.

How artificial intelligence is helping Pearson refocus assessment technology

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

The company's new head of AI and personalized learning sees an opportunity to create enhanced ways of evaluating students' work.

Curriculum platforms to get an AI boost from IBM's Watson

by Mark Satter • 2 years ago

The tech giant will work with Scholastic and Edmodo as they create custom curriculum for individual students.