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Higher Education

Stories that feature technology-related projects, initiatives or curriculums in higher education in the United States.

University of Colorado Law School professor Harry Surden says prosecutors are right to hold off on using AI systems such as ChatGPT to help draft motions or draft briefs, as they could cite wrong or made-up case law.
Three engineering students at the University of Texas Permian Basin used a 3D printer at the university's makerspace to fashion devices for capturing and disposing of carbon dioxide from internal combustion engines.
After awarding students a $10,000 prize for their AI learning tool Eightball, Emory University then expressed concerns it could be used for cheating and suspended them for a semester. One of them is now suing.
A public community college in Washington is seeking approval from its accreditor for a bachelor's of science program in computer science to address the community's educational and workforce needs.
In addition to programming and technical skills, the next generation of AI developers may also need training in subjects traditionally aligned with liberal-arts education, such as ethics, problem-solving and communication.
Syracuse University's new Center for Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing will enlist experts in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, manufacturing processes and robotics to lead research and education in the field.
With help from a $1 million donation from Google, an all-male historically Black college in Georgia set up a new multipurpose space to serve as a classroom and collaborative computer lab for students and researchers.
Programs like those at Central New Mexico Community College or the Career and Technical Education Center in Hobbs (CTECH) are fast-tracking students for careers in fields like information technology and quantum computing.
Global esports organization Gen.G purchased an analytics company specific to the League of Legends game and will use the technology to develop student prospects in its academy program.
The University of Texas at Austin is working with the AI-powered writing assistant platform Grammarly for Education to study what generative artificial intelligence tools might do for academia.