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Kevin Werbach, professor of legal studies and business ethics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, argues that students need to know the risks, limitations and practical steps of implementing AI.
Artificial intelligence can’t read between the lines of what a student chooses to share, suss the nuances of their complicated lives, and provide guidance based on a holistic understanding of their needs and experiences.
The university's new information technology program includes four specialized concentrations designed to align with careers, including IT, health informatics, multimedia and mobile app development, and project management.
With support from a $1 million grant from Google, West Virginia State University is launching a new Cybersecurity Clinic to train students and provide free digital security services to under-resourced organizations.
A community college in Georgia is adding advanced training tools and new courses to its Criminal Justice and Cybercrime Investigation Program, which covers policing, courts, corrections and forensic science.
A private college has been on probation with its accrediting agency since March due to leadership and finance issues. It has until June 17 to submit a plan for keeping students on a path to degrees at partner institutions.
Nationwide, technical and community colleges have not yet recouped enrollment lost during the COVID-19 pandemic, but Wisconsin school administrators say students' interest in tech schools is increasing significantly.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and Johnson C. Smith University are working with a nonprofit to build digital replicas of old buildings so the community can virtually explore the historically Black neighborhood.
Both the University of Michigan and Washtenaw Community College will be involved in training and retraining workers at the MSTAR center for semiconductor chip manufacturing.
The Technology and Innovation Learning Experience (TILE) program will give $3,000 plus mentorship and training to 13 students from five startups from Georgia Tech, Georgia State University, Morehouse and Spelman Colleges.
A Gen Z writer consulted experts for tips on how students can succeed professionally after the AI revolution, and answers suggested learning its uses and blind spots, including it on resumes and networking with professionals.
A proposed zoning change in Champaign, Ill., would accommodate a potential new data center for an on-campus technology hub for startup companies and corporate research at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
A state audit found that a public online college based in New Britain, Conn., was at high risk of cyber attack or other disasters due to a lack of comprehensive risk assessment or regular threat assessments.
A lawsuit against a for-profit medical school in Elk Grove alleges that a ransomware group in 2023 stole tax forms of former and current employees and students, and the university did not notify the victims for months.
The university is working with the Detroit Regional Chamber on Innovate Michigan, an initiative to keep skilled graduates from Michigan universities in state and to secure financing for companies founded by researchers.