Higher Education Gets Smarter with AI Technology

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is advancing quickly, making automation and machine learning an integral part of our daily lives. It has revolutionized the way data science institutions and research groups access, produce, and share data.

Higher education institutions are beginning to utilize AI in various ways, from admissions and recruiting to course offerings and teaching. By harnessing the power of big data, AI is helping colleges and universities personalize the educational experience. AI can create new learning opportunities by transforming the next generation of research and higher education to improve student outcomes.

Universities are using better AI-based grading systems to help provide rapid feedback on essays and other written assignments. With access to courses and materials no longer limited to college libraries and classrooms, location and time have become a thing of the past. AI technology has allowed students to access programs from all around the world.

More complex demands on subjects such as scientific modeling, simulation, machine learning, and data volumes highlight the necessity for faster HPC systems performing at petascale level speed. Data scientists and researchers currently struggle with outdated technology that segregates their AI workloads, complicating their infrastructure and slowing down learning. The NVIDIA DGX A100, powered by the new-generation NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU, is the single platform that solves this problem. It combines training, inference, and analytics into a consolidated system with optimized software that is the foundational component for AI infrastructure.

Other technology such as NVIDIA’s Omniverse provide students end-to-end collaboration for virtual designs, simulations, and object building through various content applications. Based on Pixar’s Universal Scene Description (USD), educators also benefit from NVIDIA’s Omniverse all-in-one platform with the powerful capability to create coursework and curriculum with intensive graphic projects and digital media production.

With the recent transition into remote learning and research, professors need a system capable of running intensive workloads for their class curriculum while being quiet for them to lecture online or in person. Noisy servers are being replaced by the ultra-quiet AMAX LiquidMax workstation. These sophisticated workstations are equipped with the latest 3rd Gen Intel Xeon processor, giving educators the power to accelerate learning without distraction. LiquidMax is quieter than most air-cooled systems with a running output at 55dB full load, delivering a balance of power and performance with peace and quiet.

As AI continues to evolve, its impact on higher education will only grow. AI is already transforming the way institutions operate and is continuing to pave the way for a new era of personalized learning. From AI to data centers to HPC, universities and students in higher education are getting smarter at being smarter, making it easier to make the world a better place to live in.

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