Read about the impact that Ivy.ai is making in the world of chatbots, automated technology, and AI innovation.
Mark McNasby On The Evolving Role Of AI In Higher Ed
Published: Sep 6, 2023
Mark McNasby joins Dustin on the podcast this week to have a high level conversation around the impacts of AI on higher education. Mark shares perspectives on applications both inside and outside of the classroom. He also details how AI can elevate the way we serve students.
How to Navigate Human Error to Ensure Ethical AI Practices
Published: Sep 4, 2023
Here are some of the best ethical practices when it comes to usage of AI.
Keeping Empathy Alive in the Health Care Industry With Help From AI
Published: Aug 28, 2023
Non-clinical AI adoption is catching up, and we're embarking on what's sure to be the beginning of a long and winding road to widespread adoption.
In Her Own Words: Beth Griesbauer prioritizes gender parity
Published: Aug 3, 2023
As the only two female members of our leadership team, [Sharon Harrison and I] were affectionately given the nickname the Ivy Moms — which we proudly don. However, we quickly realized that if we were to thrive in the tech industry, a serious issue would have to be addressed: gender parity.
How a customer service crisis drove the use of chatbots in Georgia
Published: Jul 31, 2023
DSG had a solution that wasn't on a lot of peoples' radar in 2020 but is now: Chatbots. Fortunately for all involved, the agency had been investigating chatbots for a while when this crisis hit.
How Apple's Upcoming Chatbot Could Heat Up the AI Arms Race
Published: Jul 26, 2023
"With major companies like Apple entering the space, higher competition means more companies striving for higher standards, which is what consumers want and deserve" - Mark McNasby, CEO at Ivy.ai.
Ivy.ai Releases IvyQuantum™ Chatbot Powered by GPT
Published: Mar 30, 2023
Ivy.ai, Inc., providers of chatbots and omnichannel communications platforms, today announced the launch of their newest product, IvyQuantum™, the first generative chatbot powered entirely by organization-specific data.
Preparing Today's College Students to Work with AI
Just like the wheel, the internet, and the smartphone transformed the world, artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize our personal and professional lives, and it all begins in the college classroom.
4 Ways Universities Can Use AI to Streamline Operations
As enrollment in higher education continues trending down, colleges and universities need to get creative in order to strengthen their margins and maintain profitability. At the same time, they need to figure out how to improve the student experience to buck enrollment trends.
Ivy.ai earns TX-RAMP provisional status, proving its secure, compliant chatbot technology
BOULDER, CO. — Ivy.ai — an enterprise chatbot and live chat platform for higher education institutions — today announced that they have earned provisional status certification under the Texas Risk and Authorization Management Program (TX-RAMP) […]
No, Google's AI Isn't Self-Aware, Experts Say
Artificial Intelligence (AI) isn't yet self-aware, but it might have human-like intelligence, some experts say. The idea that AI might be thinking similarly to humans was suddenly thrust into the spotlight […]
10 Best Tools for Education
Most of the conversation surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) tools is often directed at business, but there is enormous potential for AI to drastically improve our educational systems. It is one of the most effective tools teachers can have at their disposal.
Institutions Face Imperative to Embrace Digital Transformation, According to New Research from Ivy.ai
BOULDER, CO. — A new study from Ivy.ai shows that recent college graduates prefer email over all other methods of communication. According to the newly released Future of Higher Ed Report, 37 percent […]
Ivy.ai Announces AI Chatbot Support to Streamline Name, Image and Likeness Policies
BOULDER, CO. — Ivy.ai, an industry leader in Artificial Intelligence chatbots for Higher Education, offers a chatbot that helps institutions streamline name, image and likeness policies for athletic programs.
OU Uses Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment
The largest freshman class in the history of the University of Oklahoma was made possible, at least in part, by an artificial intelligence system called SoonerBot.
Higher ed tech providers on AI in campus business processes
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?
Ivy.ai chatbot at University of Portsmouth
How do you ensure that students know where to go for information, that you are prepared to address their questions, and that you still have the bandwidth to offer high quality service and counseling? After partnering with Ivy.AI, the University of Portsmouth may have found the solution.
Chatting with Chatbots
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?
Chatbot provides instant answers to technology, Division of Operations questions
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.
Ivy.ai Partners With Texas A&M University's Office for Student Success
Texas A&M's Office for Student Success Selected Ivy.ai to Implement and Maintain an Artificially Intelligent Conversational Chatbot.
Bots in the Library? Colleges Try AI to Help Researchers (But With Caution)
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 […]
AI providers on implementation considerations
What is the most important thing for higher ed institutions to consider when implementing AI into their student services?