Top 5 higher ed learnings from AI for good week

educationdive | April 05, 2019

The potential of artificial intelligence (AI) can’t be understated. Used ethically and effectively, AI provides colleges and universities like yours the opportunity to spend less time gathering data and more time personalizing the student experience. But, like all new technologies, institutions are still learning about AI and the best ways to get started. Salesforce.org’s first-ever AI for Good Week offered institutions the opportunity to learn all about AI for Higher Ed - what it is, how it can be used across departments & throughout the student lifecycle, and how Trailblazers like Cal State East Bay, Taylor University, and Southern Methodist University are using this technology today.Here are the 5 key learnings from AI for Good Week: From chat bot hackathons to a discussion on the ethical use of AI, we saw in the AI for Good Week kickoff broadcast how Einstein for Higher Education can be leveraged to improve the student experience at scale. You don't have to be a data scientist to use Einstein - everything is available at your fingertips to access intelligent insights that can make a profound difference in student outcomes.

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Tom McGing is a teacher at Ark Walworth Academy. Here he demonstrates how he uses Summarising to help his students digest what they have learnt. Summarising allows students to articulate the information they have learnt in the lesson.

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Tom McGing is a teacher at Ark Walworth Academy. Here he demonstrates how he uses Summarising to help his students digest what they have learnt. Summarising allows students to articulate the information they have learnt in the lesson.

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