Oracle Student Cloud, among other industry cloud solutions, helps partners assist universities in better managing administrative processes and student engagement.
Bill Doerrfeld explains how cloud-native software components reduce costs, improve resiliency, increase elasticity, facilitate more rapid development, and democratize e-learning.
Staying ahead of the curve means recognizing the potential of GPT-driven solutions and strategically leveraging them for growth and success.
In this Acceleration Economy Digital CIO Summit Moment, excerpted from the “Generative AI and the Future” session, “Intelligent Automation” co-author Ian Barkin answers John Siefert’s question on the future of education.
From education to the creator economy, few sectors are immune to the disruptive effects of generative AI, but different generations look at (and must approach) the technology differently.
Welcome to the first episode of “Generations,” in which practitioner-analysts from the Gen Z, Millennial, Gen X, and Baby Boomer generations discuss important tech topics.
The first day of the Digital CIO Summit was filled with first-person perspectives and practitioner-led sessions about the role of the CIO.
Wayne Sadin shares takeaways from a recent panel discussion he attended, which covered topics from data management to AI and machine learning bias.
Tony Uphoff discusses the splashy intro of accessible generative AI and what biz leaders should be doing (and not doing) to take advantage.
Christopher Lochhead joins Bob Evans to discuss ChatGPT & “the death of the knowledge worker and the birth of the intellectual capitalist.”
Christian Anschuetz says that biz leaders must have threats and opportunities created by ChatGPT on their radars, like Google & Microsoft.
In this episode, Kieron Allen describes how an Arizona State University student harnessed the transformative power of AI, translating the technology into physical benefits for the visually impaired.
In this CIO Summit interview, Tony Uphoff speaks with Sean Ammirati, Professor, Carnegie Mellon. The two discuss Ammirati’s work at the university, surprising 2022 trends, and what students are excited about.
In ep. 74, Aaron covers startup Gabriel’s unique AI solution to prevent and reduce the severity of acts of terror and other threats in public places.
In this Metaverse interview, Toni Witt interviews Matthew Wren, co-founder of BUNDLAR and Founder of VRAR Chicago about the current state of AR adoption. The two discuss how BUNDLAR is helping outside companies adopt and deploy AR technologies.
As Kieron explains in My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 198, the program gets students in the Japanese city of Today back to school by providing virtual classrooms, campus tours, and other social, interactive spaces.
From improving medical inventory management to optimizing supply chains to helping relationships grow, innovations flowed at the 43North startup competition.
Five startups that won $1 million to grow their companies give good reason for optimism that the tech industry is still fueling innovation.
At the recent Workday Rising conference, Bob Evans talked with Samantha Earp, CIO and VP for IT at Smith College. Sponsored by Workday.
Bob Evans and Smith’s CIO and VP of IT discuss inclusive leadership and culture, overcoming challenges, and how Workday has transformed the prestigious women’s liberal arts college in Massachusetts.