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Stanford's 'QuizBot' helps students retain 25 percent more information
Backed by an artificial intelligence named "Frosty the penguin," a new chatbot was shown to encourage longer study periods and raise quiz scores.
Software flaw allows Stanford students to view Social Security numbers, applications of other students
Standardized test scores, personal essays, home addresses, criminal status and financial aid information were also viewable.
Wi-Fi on game day becomes a must-have for college football stadiums
Officials from three universities — Notre Dame, Nebraska and Stanford — explain the hows and whys of their connected athletic facilities.
Edtech and industry leaders say they’re stuck if they can’t scale
Attendees and speakers at ASU+GSV continued to ask this question: If we’re finally at a place where technology is working, how do we scale it so it reaches everyone?
Computer science ethics courses seek to stop Silicon Valley's mistakes before they happen
Top universities across the U.S. are teaching students about the interplay of ethics and technology.
Stanford official resigns after failing to disclose 2016 data breach
The breach, which was discovered by a student, included private employee information and details from student financial aid applications.
STEM in the sun: Kids flocking to tech summer camps
Students who want to explore their inner tech nerd can take advantage of programs offered by a growing number of schools, government agencies and nonprofits.