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Library chatbots handle frequently asked questions 24/7—and provide stress relief—as artificial intelligence opens new possibilities in higher education.
Teachers College at Columbia University convenes experts at a conference to tackle tough questions about the state of artificial intelligence in education and its implications for the future of teaching and learning.
Experts discuss how much campus offices are using artificial intelligence for business process and what needs to happen for administrators to adopt more of this technology for business uses.
Here’s how higher ed departments can move from strategy to practice with artificial intelligence.
The expo hall at UB Tech® 2019 provided multiple opportunities for attendees to have one-on-one discussions with numerous vendors to learn how specific products and services could benefit their colleges or universities.
Four main technology trends—the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence, big data and augmented reality—are poised to shape the future of higher ed. Attend this web seminar with leaders from […]
The OpenSimon Toolkit is a suite of resources that includes platforms for designing and delivering open courseware, intelligent tutor authoring, chatbot frameworks, and more.
A common theme during UB Tech® 2019’s AV integration track in Orlando revolved around supporting faculty to enhance teaching and learning.
Something as simple as unlimited email space—and as complex as chatbots—can create an emotional connection between a student and a university that drives academic and institutional success.
Growing campus uses for voice-enabled tech emerge as administrators realize the promise these smart speakers offer, in areas such as instruction and residential life
Curtis Carver likes to keep things simple. Not that he isn’t invested in the latest technologies, but he says technology should be without roadblocks to the user experience. Toward that […]
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