Chatbots have started to infiltrate every corner of higher ed -- from admissions to student affairs, career services and even test prep. Is that a good thing?
In your experience, how much are campus offices using artificial intelligence for business process and what needs to happen for administrators to adopt more of this technology for business uses?
After a monthlong test run last September, officials launched a 24/7 chatbot to answer questions about technology. A newly debuted chatbot will give students answers to common questions and help them navigate GW resources like Xfinity On Campus and FixIt.
Atlantic Cape Community College Partners with Ivy.ai to Target Underserved Student Populations, Increase Accessibility, and Strengthen Competitive Position.
Texas A&M’s Office for Student Success Selected Ivy.ai to Implement and Maintain an Artificially Intelligent Conversational Chatbot.
The newest librarian at the University of Oklahoma is a robot.
It’s a chatbot, which library officials plan to add to the library’s website this summer to answer some of the most common questions students come in with, as well as to help them get started with their research. The system can tackle things like “where can I print?” or “what databases do you have about biology?” Anything it can’t answer gets sent to a human librarian.
Ivy.ai Partners with Los Angeles Pierce College to Modernize Outreach and Student Services with an Artificially Intelligent Conversational Agent