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Use AI to Better Connect With Students

How marketing and communications teams can take advantage of AI-powered technology to meet evolving student expectations.

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AI and Peer Review: Enemies or Allies?

Amid bans and restrictions on their use, artificial intelligence tools are creating interest among those who see a solution to systemic peer-review woes.

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AI Pioneer: ChatGPT Will Soon Become Scholars’ ‘Debate Partner’

A leading Hong Kong university scientist says the days are gone when AI was seen as the villain in education.

New York Invests Millions More Into University AI Research

New York State is doubling down on artificial intelligence research, investing $20 million to be split between the University at...
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Q&A: Being a University’s First Chief AI Officer

Mark Daley, CAIO of Western University in Canada, answers questions about his groundbreaking new role.

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AI Buzz Dominates Annual Ed-Tech Conference

Speakers and attendees at Educause expressed cautious optimism about the early days of artificial intelligence in higher ed.

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Few Campus IT Leaders See AI as a Top Priority

Inside Higher Ed’s annual survey of campus IT leaders sheds light on the state of digital transformation, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and other tech priorities.

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Admissions Offices Deploy AI

Even as fears of robot-generated admissions essays abound, colleges are increasingly using AI in application reviews, raising new possibilities and ethical concerns.