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<p>The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) has selected IBM Cognos 8.3 as its new student management reporting tool to deliver information faster to students and Strengthen productivity.</p>
<p>UTS is transforming the way they use information, allowing the University to gain valuable insight about what is happening across their organisation to help drive smarter decisions.</p>
<p>UTS Student Administration is responsible for managing information for around 33,000 students via the Student Management portal - from student applications and enrolments through to curriculum documents, examination results and alumni data. To support this flow of data, UTS Student Centre staff process an average of 15 student inquiries per minute.</p>
<p>The Student Management portal application (also known as Ci) introduces .NET technology and workflow management allowing for better student self management and staff to student interactions, overall giving staff more time to focus on business improvement.</p>
<p>The new business intelligence tool leverages the Student Management source system for reporting, in turn providing greater flexibility of report format and prompting, audit capability to better understand usage, as well as integration with the Student Management portal application.</p>
<p>“Making IBM Cognos the common reporting platform across the University offers savings in licence costs, savings in software administration and maintenance, and capitalises on the existing IBM Cognos skills within the University. It also offers the future potential for a consolidated portal for all strategic University information,” said Miranda Brookes, Student Systems Implementation Project Manager, University of Technology, Sydney.</p>
<p>The ability to generate customised reports and automate standard processes, makes it possible for UTS staff to conduct in-depth analysis versus manual report production, helping the University stay on top of critical daily operations.</p>
<p>This technology will also power the University's management portal which provides performance, benchmarks and other information to UTS decision makers.</p>
<p>The new reporting solution includes web services for greater flexibility in the delivery of reports to staff and improved auditing capabilities through recording of information such as who is using the system, which reports and queries are being run, and the cost of queries to system resources. The University will also be using barcoding functionality to generate individual barcodes for each invoice prepared through the student management system.</p>
<p>Although originally driven by the need for customised reports, the decision to maintain reporting and student management applications also supports UTS' risk mitigation strategy by safeguarding reports from any application bugs or crashes.</p>
<p>A major factor in the selection of IBM Cognos was UTS' extensive and successful experience with Cognos over several years. At the same time, IBM Cognos Software Group Services demonstrated a successful prototype of converting reports using IBM Cognos 8.3.</p>
<p>“Using the IBM Cognos Services team in a quality assurance role has been a major help to the project. They've been here in our offices every week giving fast responses to any queries or issues and helping us to understand best practices,” Brookes added.</p>
<p>Deployment of IBM Cognos 8.3 is now under way with the conversion of approximately 170 customised reports. The project is being managed by UTS with support from IBM implementation partner, UXC Performance Management and IBM Cognos Guardian Services. After the system goes live end-September 2009 UTS staff will begin development of dashboards and drill-down capabilities for more comprehensive analysis.</p>
<p>Over the past twenty years the University of Technology has developed a strong reputation for innovative technologies and solutions, industry collaboration and research.</p>
<p>For more information about the University of Technology, Sydney, visit www.uts.edu.au</p>
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Killexams : Vaagdevi College of Engineering organises interaction with IBM

Published: Published Date - 07:20 PM, Fri - 14 October 22

Warangal: Vaagdevi College of Engineering has organised an industry interaction meeting with IBM Career Education Software Group-India/South Asia at their campus here on Friday in an attempt to prepare the next generation of IT professionals for careers in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data, Electric Vehicles, etc.

Delivering a presentation at the programme on AI, ML, Big-data, Analytics, Blockchain, Cloud, and Cybersecurity tools, IBM Regional Manager, RD Madhusudhana Rao said the IBM Career Education Programme aids students in developing skills in a variety of cutting-edge emerging technologies, including Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Analytics, Blockchain, Cloud, Cybersecurity, etc.

“I hope IBM collaborates at various levels, whether it be to co-create learning paths, develop software skills, build capabilities, or engage in experiential learning, to customize offerings to ensure the best outcomes. IBM provides a cutting-edge educational platform with the most accurate software content, real-world business knowledge, practical labs, and best practices,” he said.

“In this process, the Industry Institute Interaction Cell (IIIC) is playing a pivotal role in addressing this skill gap need, and we are excited to partner with the leading engineering schools to address the burgeoning skills gap issue faced by the IT sector,” Rao said. Principal Dr K Prakash has given his observations on the programme.

IBM Partners, Vice-Principal Dr Thirupathy Rao, Dean Administration Dr Shishidhar, Industry Institute Interaction Cell (IIIC) Coordinator Professor Chintakindi Raju, senior faculty, and IIIC members attended the programme.

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Killexams : Congressional candidate blasts Biden for ignoring Marist dad shooting while touting economic gains in his city

New York congressional candidate Colin Schmitt tore into President Biden on Thursday for touting job creation and economic progress during a visit to his city while failing to address the crime crisis and a accurate shooting that left the New York suburb reeling days earlier.

Biden visited IBM's site in Poughkeepsie, New York, on Thursday to highlight the corporation's plan to invest $20 billion across the state's Hudson Valley region over the next 10 years. His visit came days after a homeless felon allegedly gunned down Paul Kutz, 53, in a Poughkeepsie hotel lobby who was in town visiting his son, a Marist College student. 

In an interview on "Fox & Friends First" Thursday morning, Schmitt blamed the president and Democrats for supporting a "criminals first" agenda, while largely ignoring the rise in crime that has overtaken American communities. 

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Police vehicles outside of the Courtyard by Marriott seen on Wednesday, October 5, 2022 where Paul Kutz was shot and killed on Sunday. (The Image Direct for Fox News Digital.)

"Joe Biden and House Democrats have put up forward a criminal's first agenda," Schmitt said. "It’s unacceptable. Here in New York and the Hudson Valley, we are suffering from those policies at the state level. We have the failed no-bail law, We’ve seen the Democrats and Biden turn their backs on law enforcement. And we have not only this horrendous situation that happened to the Marist family, but there were five shootings in the congressional district I'm running in the same weekend," he said.

"This is the suburbs of New York City. This is where families go to have safety and raise their families, and we are sick and tired of our leaders turning their back on law enforcement and first responders and making our communities less safe," Schmitt added.

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Schmitt said he expected the president to tout the administration's economic gains without addressing the shooting during his visit. Biden focussed his IBM tour on "American innovation," making no mention of the incident which took place just miles away. Poughkeepsie police arrested two men at the scene of Kutz's shooting, one of which is connected to another high profile shooting. Police reportedly also found bomb-making materials on the suspects.

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Schmitt said the incident underscores how once-safe communities have been affected by the misguided criminal justice reform policies from Washington and local Democrats.

"The failed New York State bail laws and the failed leadership from Washington is compounding our communities," he said. "I think we're seeing that everyone's working together, saying this is outrageous. Doesn't matter what community you're from, what your background is. We want safe communities. We want our law enforcement supported by all elected officials. We're not getting that right now," he said.

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Schmitt urged the public to push back on Election Day and vote to protect their safety.

 "There's one way we can send a message, and that's on November eighth," he argued, "by saying that we need to hold Joe Biden accountable and his supporters in Congress."

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Killexams : IBM to announce $20B investment during Biden trip to New York

IBM on Thursday will announce plans to invest $20 billion over the next 10 years on research and development initiatives and semiconductor manufacturing as President Biden visits the company’s campus in New York.

Biden will travel to Poughkeepsie to speak about his economic plan and meet with workers, a White House official said. The president will highlight IBM’s announcement, which comes on the heels of another investment from chip manufacturer Micron in upstate New York.

IBM said its vision for the Poughkeepsie campus is to become “a global hub of the company’s quantum computing development.”

Biden will be joined during the visit by Reps. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-N.Y.), Paul Tonko (D-N.Y.) and Pat Ryan (D-N.Y.).

Biden will also attend fundraisers in New York City and Red Bank, N.J., during Thursday’s trip.

The IBM announcement is the latest economic win for the White House since the passage of the CHIPS and Science Act, which passed with bipartisan support and included more than $50 billion in incentives for manufacturers to build domestic semiconductor plants. It also included more than $80 billion for the National Science Foundation authorized over five years to support innovation and research.

Biden administration officials had for months warned of supply chain and national security risks if Congress did not invest in domestic manufacturing of chips that are used to power computers, cars and major home appliances, arguing the U.S. would become too reliant on China and others for the semiconductors.

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Killexams : Biden has $52 billion for semiconductors. Today, work begins to spend that windfall

President Biden is heading to an IBM manufacturing plant in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on Thursday to tout a new $20 billion investment the company is making in semiconductor research and development as well as other advanced technologies.

It's the second big tech manufacturing announcement this week, following news from Micron that it will spend $100 billion on a new computer chip plant in upstate New York.

The White House says the announcements are part of "a manufacturing boom" fueled by the CHIPS and Science Act, which Biden signed into law in August — a law that includes more than $52 billion in federal subsidies.

While Biden is traveling to New York, a high-powered group will gather at the White House for its first meeting on how best to get that money out the door.

"We need a whole-of-government approach, and we need to get everyone on the same page to figure out how we're going to deploy that $52.5 billion," said Ronnie Chatterji, who is coordinating the implementation of the CHIPS act.

President Biden speaks during the groundbreaking of the new Intel semiconductor plant on September 9, 2022 in Johnstown, Ohio.

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President Biden speaks during the groundbreaking of the new Intel semiconductor plant on Sept. 9 in Johnstown, Ohio.

Biden wants to beef up U.S. resilience after the pandemic

Semiconductors are needed to run almost everything that has any electronic component, from cars to the weapons the U.S. is sending to Ukraine.

But they are in short supply in the United States and around the globe due to supply chain disruptions exacerbated by the global pandemic.

The Biden administration is desperate to address the domestic shortage of chips — and also wants to counter the rising power of China.

The White House says that the U.S. produces only about 10% to 12% of the world's supply of semiconductors, and none of the advanced chips, whereas East Asia accounts for 75% of global production.

The White House wants to reverse that. "We invented this industry in the United States. I mean, there's a reason it's called Silicon Valley," said Chatterji, who was chief economist at the Commerce Department, and was part of former President Barack Obama's Council of Economic Advisers.

Chatterji's team holds its first meeting with top White House officials and cabinet members on Thursday, including representatives from the Commerce, Defense and State departments. Chatterji said the goal is to "get everybody on the same page about our objectives and our metrics."

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President Biden holds up a silicon wafer in this 2021 file photo.

Surging car prices showed why it's important to build chips in America

In an interview with NPR, Chatterji said surging car prices last year revealed the urgency and importance of his team's work.

"That was one of the biggest drivers of inflation," Chatterji said. "Probably one-third of the inflation increase in 2021 was because of cars ... We couldn't get the chips we needed to build the cars. And when you can't get the chips you need to build the cars, workers get furloughed and prices go up."

Concerns about China's economic, technological and military ambitions also fueled bipartisan interest to invest in semiconductor manufacturing in America.

But the subsidies represent a significant shift in thinking for Washington. Republicans and some Democrats have long opposed government interference in free markets. And there are concerns about wasteful spending.

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A student conducts research inside the clean room of Taiwan Semiconductor Research Institution during a press semiconductor tour at Hsinchu Science Park on Sept. 16 in Hsinchu, Taiwan.

There are worries about picking winners and losers

In the past, U.S. government investments in private sector companies haven't always gone smoothly. The government has a bad track record for "trying to pick the winners, and avoiding the losers," said Scott Lincicome, a trade economist at the libertarian-leaning Cato Institute.

Lincicome says too often, the subsidies go to those who spend the most money lobbying — or sometimes projects end up in politically important regions instead of the places where they make the most sense.

"Time and time again with U.S. industrial policy projects, the government has good intentions, but ends up actually backing the wrong horse," Lincicome said.

And he says there's no ensure bringing semiconductor makers back to the United States will prevent shortages, noting as an example the accurate shortages of baby formula despite large production capacity in the country.

Lincicome favors more trade agreements and reduced trade barriers to allow global markets to react more quickly to domestic and global supply shocks.

Chatterji is aware of the pitfalls associated with industrial policy. He said transparency, governance to avoid conflicts of interest and "rigorous measurement of outcomes" are key.

But he said he's confident the administration can reach its goals if all stakeholders work together: governments, private companies and labor.

"We have to keep our eye on the ball of setting a foundation for all of industry to survive, including small- and medium-sized enterprises," he said. "That's the way we avoid that critique about picking winners that's plagued industrial policy in the past."

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Killexams : EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market Opportunities, Business Statistics Research Report 2030

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Modern classrooms that are outfitted with integrated learning technologies, such as audience response systems, specialized software, and projectors, among others, to provide a better learning environment are known as "digital classrooms." In order to teach effectively, the digital classroom is also concentrating on the development of cutting-edge technologies. This action would enable instructors to engage with their students and have a beneficial impact on the e-learning business. The need for digital content that can deliver students the knowledge they want has recently expanded across a wide range of educational institutions.

Online learning resources are already being adapted by certain schools with excellent ICT to lessen the strain of teachers. The use of digital content will also change the entire traditional teaching approach to make lessons more interactive and collaborative. Additionally, the adoption of learning analytics & cloud computing in digital classrooms is predicted that will further propel market expansion in the coming years because these features aid to reduce spending on information technology (IT) systems.

The way that education is delivered has changed recently and over the past few decades. The educational system is successfully taking advantage of the chance to utilize technology to its utmost capacity. Governments all over the world are issuing funding and grants to assist educational institutions in adopting cutting-edge teaching methods. In addition, governments can thereby support the digitization of educational systems in their various areas and nations. The market for digital classrooms is driven by the rising demand for digital education.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis

The pandemic's onset has significantly raised the need for EdTech solutions. Due to the widespread acceptance of the online teaching-learning paradigm, educational institutions are now utilizing EdTech and smart classroom solutions for ongoing operations, exams, training, and other activities at colleges and universities. For vendors of edtech, the growing demand has created new opportunities. Adoption of EdTech solutions like LMS has also increased as a result of the increase in demand. The requirement to maintain educational institutions operating during the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a rise in demand for EdTech solutions. Owing to the pandemic, some European nations are concentrating on online learning and employment.

Market Growth Factors

Increasing Usage Of Ml And Ai In Smart Learning

The eLearning experiences are made more individualized owing to the growing utilization AI and ML technology. Learners can access relevant information relating to user-interest domains due to machine learning (ML) algorithms that help forecast results based on historical data. With the aid of AI and ML technologies, eLearning content may be delivered by EdTech solutions in a tailored manner. In business settings, employees receive the information they require quickly thanks to customized online training programmes that support them in achieving their unique goals.

Rising Investment In Education Sector

Governments throughout the world have raised their spending on education, and the majority of nations have increased the share of investment in GDP. Governments are investing in a range of new and existing projects to meet the increased need for meeting the educational demands of future generations. Higher education institutions are encouraged and developed by greenfield projects. For example, the construction of a new Indian Institute of Technology is expected to cost the Indian government over USD 3.0 billion (IITs).

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Market Restraining Factors

Growing Security And Privacy Concerns

With IoT-enabled smart smartphones and electronic wearables, educational institutions and businesses acquire a range of data in the linked environment, including information about students. Educational institutions and businesses also have access to the learner's location and other relevant data, which could result in a privacy breach. This information can be extremely valuable to hackers. Since educational IT infrastructure might not be as safeguarded as needed to be at a corporate level, access to this data can be easily obtained.

Component Outlook

Based on Component, the EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market is segmented into Hardware (Interactive Displays, Interactive Projectors and Other Hardware), Software and Services. The interactive displays segment recorded the largest revenue share in the EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market in 2021. Interactive displays support tech-enhanced educational collaboration and social learning. Additionally, these students are 13% more certain to feel comfortable participating in class debates. Students could utilize devices to engage in class surveys, quizzes, and games, and then evaluate the findings in real time by establishing an audience response system on the interactive display.

Education System Outlook

By education system, the EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market is divided into Learning Management System, Student Information & Administration System, Student Collaboration System, Student Response System, Learning and Gamification, Test Preparation, Classroom Management System, Document Management System and Talent Management System. Student Information & Administration System segment recorded a substantial revenue share in the EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market in 2021. A management information system utilized by businesses in the education sector to address student data is known as a student management system, a student information system (SIS), school administration software, or student administration system.

End-User Outlook

On the basis of end-user, the EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market is bifurcated into K-12 and Higher Education. The K-12 segment recorded a significant revenue share in the EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market in 2021. Online videos have the important advantage of saving time. Since watching the video can be done at one's own pace, it is ideal for both busy students and those who need to brush up on their knowledge. Owing to the shift in perspective, educational videos help viewers retain their knowledge more effectively.

Deployment Type Outlook

Based on deployment type, the EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market is classified into Cloud and On-Premises. The on-premises segment acquired a significant revenue share in the EdTech and Smart Classrooms market in 2021. It is due to the rising cybersecurity problems among companies and institutions. Along with that, there are many educational institutions which are investing in the adoption of latest hardware, software and services for providing better education to the students.

Regional Outlook

Region-wise, the EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and LAMEA. Asia Pacific acquired a substantial revenue share in the EdTech and Smart Classrooms market in 2021. China has made significant investments in educational materials and ICT infrastructure over the past few decades, which has advanced the use of technology in education. In accurate years, China has seen a rise in the popularity of online learning. Internet users learning are multiplying rapidly.

The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include Microsoft Corporation, Cisco Systems, Inc., IBM Corporation, Google LLC, Oracle Corporation, SAP SE, Apple, Inc., Lenovo Group Limited, Instructure, Inc., and Udemy, Inc.

Strategies deployed in EdTech and Smart Classrooms Market

Partnerships, Collaborations and Agreements:

Sep-2021: SAP came into a partnership with JFF Labs, one of the critical connections between traditional systems and new technology, financial models, and forward-leaning leaders. This partnership aimed to develop the Skill Immersion Lab, an effort to meld VR technology along with instructor guidance & discussion.

Jun-2019: Lenovo entered into a partnership with Clever, the most widely used rostering portal in K?12 schools. This partnership aimed to assist in removing barriers for teachers, offering them a solution, which would save them valuable instructional time. The Clever and LanSchool integration would remove several of the pain points, that teachers & students generally experience when utilizing classroom management software.

Jan-2018: Microsoft formed a partnership with PowerSchool, an education technology standard-bearer. Under this partnership, Microsoft announced that its Office 365 products would be integrated into Unified Classroom like OneNote, OneDrive, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote Class Notebook.

Product Launches and Product Expansions:

Mar-2022: Lenovo expanded its edtech solutions with EdVision. In this updated Lenovo EdVisions program, smarter technologies, which engineer smarter classrooms for students are offered to fulfill the requirements of the future. The program would deliver distance learning solutions along with technology like Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 Education, for schools & industry partners to encourage the digital transformation of education.

Oct-2021: Instructure unveiled Impact by Instructure is available for K-12 institutions. This product is developed to assist institutions to support teachers in the usage of education technologies, effortlessly locate new platforms, and analyze the impact they have on student engagement and results.

Mar-2021: Lenovo introduced a new generation of laptops. This generation of the laptop is developed for education and supported by wide-ranging software & services portfolio to facilitate learning in a new world. Providing a wider choice of Windows or Chromebook systems powered by AMD or Intel processors, these laptops would offer durability within distinctive designs and involve features, which would assist students and educators transition between classroom & remote learning.

Jan-2020: Lenovo launched a New Portfolio of Smarter Technology for Education with VR Classroom 2. This product is a comprehensive solution for teaching with VR, offering fully integrated hardware, training, content, and support developed particularly for middle schools and high schools.

Acquisitions and Mergers:

Sep-2021: Microsoft took over TakeLessons, a start-up with a website. This acquisition aimed to offer opportunities for individuals to find educational content, and not just in the business realm. In addition, this acquisition would expand Microsoft's reach in edtech.

Jun-2018: Microsoft completed its acquisition with Flipgrid, a video-based tool that allows for discussion across digital devices. This acquisition would bring Flipgrid pricing in collaboration with Office 365 Education which is also free for schools.

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Market Segments covered in the Report:

By Component

Hardware
Interactive Displays

Interactive Projectors

Others
Software
Services
By Deployment Type
Cloud
On-premise
By End User
Higher Education
K-12
By Education System
Learning Management System
Student Information & Administration System
Student Collaboration System
Student Response System
Learning & Gamification
Test Preparation
Classroom Management System
Document Management System
Talent Management System
By Geography
North America
US

Canada

Mexico

Rest of North America
Europe
Germany

UK

France

Russia

Spain

Italy

Rest of Europe
Asia Pacific
China

Japan

India

South Korea

Singapore

Malaysia

Rest of Asia Pacific
LAMEA
Brazil

Argentina

UAE

Saudi Arabia

South Africa

Nigeria

Rest of LAMEA

Companies Profiled
Microsoft Corporation
Cisco Systems, Inc.
IBM Corporation
Google LLC
Oracle Corporation
SAP SE
Apple, Inc.
Lenovo Group Limited
Instructure, Inc.
Udemy, Inc.

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Killexams : Biden hails IBM's $20 billion New York manufacturing deal

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y., Oct 6 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden on Thursday championed his administration's push to subsidize U.S. semiconductor chip manufacturing and boost blue-collar jobs at a visit to an IBM Corp (IBM.N) facility in New York.

IBM plans to invest $20 billion in New York's Hudson Valley region, once a manufacturing powerhouse, over the next decade to make and develop semiconductors, mainframe technology, artificial intelligence and quantum computing.

"Where is it written that we can’t lead manufacturing in the world?” Biden said. "The supply chain is going to start here and end here, in the United States."

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Government funding is essential to boost manufacturing and ensure U.S. national security by producing critical goods now made abroad, Biden said. His administration and fellow Democrats have directed billions in federal funding to encourage private- sector spending and create jobs.

IBM's announcement is the latest in a string of investments unveiled since Biden signed the Chips and Science bill in August which funded $52 billion to subsidize semiconductor chips manufacturing and research.

"America invented these chips," Biden said.

Hefty subsidies for private businesses are necessary because China and the European Union had been awarding billions in incentives to chip companies, the White House says.

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Biden has sought to capitalize on the investment announcements ahead of next month's midterm congressional elections. Last month, he traveled to Ohio to speak at the site of Intel Corp's (INTC.O) planned $20 billion semiconductor manufacturing facility.

The Hudson Valley, home of IBM's Poughkeepsie site, was an economic powerhouse during America's Industrial Revolution, but regional jobs dried up during the second half of the last century, as companies fled to lower-cost locations.

IBM, which laid off thousands of people in the region in the 1990s when it moved chip and other manufacturing, said it now plans to make the site "a global hub of the company's quantum computing development, just as it is today for mainframes."

IBM did not provide a detailed breakdown of its $20 billion investment plans.

The White House said it was sparked by Biden's economic policies.

"The industrial strategy is really helping to drive a renaissance in American manufacturing, and domestic investment ... that we haven’t seen in generations," White House National Economic Director Brian Deese told reporters en route to the IBM site.

On Tuesday, Micron Technology (MU.O) said it would invest up to $100 billion over the next 20-plus years to build a semiconductor fabrication facility in New York that is expected to create nearly 50,000 jobs, with the first phase investment of $20 billion planned this decade.

Biden was joined by IBM Chief Executive Arvind Krishna.

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Killexams : The beginnings of Binghamton University: How SUNY started and came to Broome County

It was September 1950, and the area was heading into the fall season. Time for young ones to get ready to head back to school. 

That reopening of school was not just for those in primary and secondary, but those attending on the collegiate level. 

In the village of Endicott, Triple Cities College had opened to fill the growing need for higher education after the end of World War II. It was an adjunct facility to Syracuse University, and used a number of buildings scattered around the village, and Quonset huts for classrooms.

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While that was good for a growing student body that expanded to about 800 by 1950, that level of education was about to change. Discussions had been ongoing to move Triple Cities College away from Syracuse University and migrate toward the newly formed State University of New York system. That system had been created in 1948 under the administration of Gov. Thomas E. Dewey. 

New York state government recognized that the returning veterans of World War II; the growth of businesses and industries requiring higher levels of education among their employees; and the advent of the G.I. Bill brought an increasing and essential need for two- and four-year (as well as post-graduate) education. The State University of New York system was the state’s response, and initially was based on the teaching campuses of the 19th century.

Triple Cities College was a perfect candidate for the new education system. Negotiations began between officials on the state level, those from Syracuse University and the area officials. By September 1950, those negotiations had been concluded, and titles for the property in Endicott was transferred from Syracuse to the state. Before the completion of this transfer into becoming a new unit of the SUNY system, one major thing remained — the name of the new school.

Triple Cities College had been a good name, but under the leadership of provost Glenn Bartle and others, a new name was selected. The new SUNY system addition was to be called Harpur College, after Robert Harpur, the Irish-born educator (and early member of today’s Columbia University) whose land holdings in the Town of Colesville in the early 1800's helped to create Harpursville.

On Oct. 6, 1950, Governor Dewey arrived in the area. Early in the day, he had dedicated a new building on the State Hospital campus on the east side of Binghamton. Later that Friday evening, Dewey officially dedicated the four-year liberal arts school into the State University of New York system. The event was attended by leaders in the community, including Thomas Watson, of IBM; Charles F. Johnson Jr., of Endicott Johnson; William H. Hill, chair of the Broome County Republicans (and editor of the Morning Sun newspaper); and Warren M. Anderson, future state senator from this area.

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Dewey gave a speech at the event, where he stated that the newly named SUNY campus was dedicated to the training of “soldiers in the war of ideas” between Western democracy and the advocates of communism. He continued that the communist idea could not be defeated by force only, and that more was needed than bazookas, tanks and guns. The school was to provide a forum for the promotion of ideas and discussion that would support “faith in our government and in our economic way of life.”

Even while the ink was drying on the newly named official documents, plans were being made to expand the campus well beyond what the village of Endicott could hold. Purchases of the former Hazzard Lewis farm in the Town of Vestal and some other acreage would result in an enlarged campus across the river from its original site. That new campus would be dedicated in 1958 by the newly elected governor of the state, Nelson Rockefeller.

It would be under his guidance that the SUNY system would explode with new campuses that included community colleges, four-year schools and an increasing number of programs offering master's and doctoral-level work. What once was Triple Cities College had become Harpur College and then evolved into Binghamton University — growing from 800 students to now over 18,000. 

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Killexams : IBM, Quest Alliance Join Hands To Launch Hackathon For 1.2L Girl Students In Karnataka

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Bengaluru: Quest Alliance and IBM today announced the launch of its 'Hackathon' programme to promote scientific thinking and build a STEM mindset among girl students in rural Karnataka.

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The initiative will reach 1.2 lakh girl students from 800 High schools across the State over a three-year period. In the first year, the Hackathon will cover 68,272 students in seven districts: Chikkaballapura, Bengaluru, Hassan, Chitradurga, Raichur, Gadag and Yadgir.

Addressing a press conference here today, Aakash Sethi, CEO, Quest Alliance said, "As technology and digitisation continue to shape career opportunities for young people, a STEM mindset will be the key to empowered futures and careers for young girls. This initiative aims to counter prevailing gender stereotypes by encouraging girls to engage with, and discover their own potential within STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) disciplines."

Teachers from the 800 identified schools will be trained to handhold students through their Hackathon projects. A Hackathon consists of three stages - students participate in an 'Ideathon' in the first stage, where they discuss ideas and their practicability. In the second stage, students are provided with a basic technology kit consisting of sensors, batteries, wires etc., and are connected to mentors and experts who help them develop their ideas and build prototypes. These prototypes are then showcased to other students and the larger community in the third stage.

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The Hackathon model is designed to take students through the entire lifecycle of a project - from identifying the problem, establishing a problem statement, visualising a solution, execution and feedback. More importantly, it makes STEM fields relevant to the lives of young girls, as they are able to identify day-to-day problems within their community and develop a tech solution for them.

Speaking about the project, Neha Parti, Director - Schools Programme, Quest Alliance, said, "During the pilot, we observed that girls lacked confidence in their ability to work with technology. By the end of the project, there was a shift in their confidence levels and their abilities to solve problems. They saw themselves as innovators."

In the pilot phase conducted by Quest Alliance, around 1000 students from Karnataka went on to build their prototypes as part of the Hackathon. Forty of these solutions were later selected for the 'Inspire Manak' awards. The Hackathon initiative is part of IBM's STEM For Girls initiative, which aims to empower young girls with the right skills and mindsets to negotiate better careers and futures for themselves.

Manoj Balachandran, Head of CSR, IBM (India and South Asia), said, "Hackathons are a great way to kindle curiosity and nudge students towards solutions for problems they see around them. Our pilot in Karnataka has resulted in over 1000 ideas from students where 40 of them also got selected for the National Ideathon challenge called MANAK, proving that all you need is a trigger and a platform for the young minds."

Developed in collaboration with Quest Alliance, IBM STEM for Girls is a digital fluency and life skills curriculum designed to help girls in government secondary schools break gender stereotypes and explore the possibilities of STEM-enabled careers.

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Killexams : AI In Education Market 2022 Current Price Trends, Application Growth Potential, Key Players, And Technology Type Analysis 2030

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Oct 12, 2022 (Alliance News via COMTEX) -- The report provides a comprehensive analysis of segments in this market, covering all the major regions and countries. The major regions analyzed in the study are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa. The report also includes additional information about other factors such as drivers, restraints and challenges faced by this market along with an overview for each mentioned segment in the study.

The Global AI In Education Market size is expected to reach $12.8 billion by 2028, rising at a market growth of 33.5% CAGR during the forecast period.

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The study offers in-depth regional analysis of market scenarios, by analyzing previous trends and covering future forecast. It also offers an in-depth analysis of major driving factors, segments, regions & countries and key players in the market. Moreover, the report outlines the competitive scenarios across different geographies, along with some key market strategies such as mergers and acquisitions, new product developments, R&D activities and more.

GlobalAI In Education MarketSize, Share & Industry Trends Analysis Report By Component (Solution and Services), By Application, By End-use, By Deployment Mode (Cloud and On-premise), By Technology, By Regional Outlook and Forecast, 2022 - 2028

Giving teachers, students, and educators a better experience is part of the application of AI in education. Numerous service providers are developing unique AI education solutions or services that connect to numerous education platforms. The demand for AI in education is also rising as online learning is becoming a more popular choice for skill development. As there is a growth in AI-backed business applications, tech corporations cooperated with colleges to introduce new training formats for AI talent in order to better fit with the development trends and latest industry developments.

Giving teachers, students, and educators a better experience is part of the application of AI in education. Numerous service providers are developing unique AI education solutions or services that connect to numerous education platforms. The demand for AI in education is also rising as online learning is becoming a more popular choice for skill development. As there is a growth in AI-backed business applications, tech corporations cooperated with colleges to introduce new training formats for AI talent in order to better fit with the development trends and latest industry developments.

Artificial intelligence has the ability to address some of the most significant issues facing education nowadays, such as innovative teaching and learning methods, and eventually quicken the realization of SDG 4. However, these quick technological advancements necessarily carry with them a number of risks and difficulties that have thus far surpassed regulatory structures and policy discussions. Enhanced education experience can be achieved with the help of AI technologies, and UNESCO is committed to assisting Member States in doing so while ensuring that the use of AI in educational settings is governed by the fundamental values of equity and inclusion.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis

The COVID-19 pandemic delivered a significant impact on the worldwide economy. Various businesses all over the world were majorly affected due to the pandemic. In addition, the advent of the pandemic also significantly disrupted the education infrastructure all over the world. Various industries were severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. The COVID-19 pandemic had a detrimental effect on the education sector. Schools colleges and other educational institutes all over the world were shut down, due to which, there was a drop in the demand for AI learning in in-person education.

Market Growth Factors

Enhanced Student And Teacher Experience

One of the key factors that are driving the growth of the AI in education market is the fact that it significantly improves the learning and teaching experience. Vendors of AI technology are creating electronic gadgets with AI capabilities by creating sophisticated learning systems that enhance learning procedures. For educational institutions to survive in a world with cutthroat competition, they must provide the finest learning environment. For instance, Century Intelligent Learning created a classroom employing AI technology that allows teachers to create academic curricula online, allowing students to access their curricula whenever they choose.

Saves A Lot Of Time And Cost

The administrative team works continuously for hours, whether it be filing paperwork, sending texts and emails, getting in touch with students or their parents, or producing periodic reports. In a similar manner, professors and teachers must grade papers for tests and homework, plan lesson plans, prepare for upcoming classes, etc. It consumes a significant amount of time for these educators. The remaining time is set aside for marking test papers, creating lesson plans for future classes, and finishing up administrative tasks. The artificial intelligence expert can assist teachers in developing an AI system that would increase staff and student productivity.

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Market Restraining Factors

Slow Digitalization Due To The Digital Divide

The diffusion of digitalization in LMIC, or low- and middle-income countries, is very slow. This is attributed to the prevalence of the digital divide all over the world. The digital divide can be defined as the reduced digital growth of developing and underdeveloped countries in contrast to developed countries due to the lower penetration of technologies. There is a significant number of LMICs that are struggling to bring technological advancements. AI-enabled deployments are completely reliant on accessible data, IT infrastructures, and Internet of Things devices for gathering instances to produce correct results due to the absence of funding for the fundamental requirements of IT infrastructures within poor nations.

Component Outlook

Based on component, the AI in education market is classified into solutions and services. In 2021, the services segment registered a significant revenue share of the AI in the education market. The growth of the segment is increasing due to the rise in online education brought on by the pandemic. Additionally, the market is being driven by rising government and private sector investments in AI education for the improvement of the educational system. Venture capitalists (VCs) invested significant amounts in AI businesses in 2020.

Deployment Mode Outlook

On the basis of deployment, the AI in education market is bifurcated into Cloud and On-premises. In 2021, the cloud segment procured the highest revenue share of the AI in the education market. Reduced ownership costs along with a growing demand for educational data sharing among international campuses are two reasons that have contributed to the expansion of the cloud segment. Additionally, it enables academic institutions to integrate cutting-edge AI technology into their current operating model without having to increase their capital expenditures.

Technology Outlook

By technology, the AI in education market is segmented into Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning. In 2021, the natural language processing segment registered a significant revenue share of the AI in the education market. The bolstering growth of the segment is owing to an increase in the demand for virtual learning among colleges and universities. Investments from educational facilities are increasing in technological advancements in order to offer the best-in-class learning experience to their students. In addition, it would also streamline several teaching processes for teachers.

Application Outlook

Based on application, the AI in education market is fragmented into Learning Platform & Virtual Facilitators, Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS), Smart content, Fraud and Risk Management and Others. In 2021, the learning platform and virtual facilitators segment acquired the biggest revenue share of the Ai in the education market. The growth of this segment is owing to the expansion of digital education learning technology. Additionally, employing a variety of abilities and advice relevant to social growth, virtual facilitators assist students in resolving challenging real-time social issues.

End-Use Outlook

On the basis of end-use, the AI in education market is categorized into K-12 Education, Higher Education and Corporate Training & Learning. In 2021, the Corporate Training & Learning segment held a significant revenue share of the AI in the education market. Some of the major factors driving businesses to make the most of their resources are the rapidly shifting market conditions and growing market competition. Therefore, in order to stay up with the constantly shifting market expectations, firms must promptly train their staff members and keep them informed of the latest developments.

Regional Outlook

Region-wise, the AI in education market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and LAMEA. In 2021, North America procured the maximum revenue share of the AI in the education market. The market in the region is being driven by elements including the presence of top organizations that create technology infrastructure facilities, solutions, and services, and the massive number of end-users utilizing educational gadgets for AI in education. For instance, the IBM corporation announced that it would train people in new skills through partnerships with business and academia.

The major strategies followed by the market participants are Partnerships. Based on the Analysis presented in the Cardinal matrix; Microsoft Corporation and Google LLC are the forerunners in the AI In Education Market. Companies such as Amazon Web Services, Inc., IBM Corporation and Pearson PLC are some of the key innovators in AI In Education Market.

The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include IBM Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Google LLC, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, Pearson PLC, Amazon Web Services, Inc., Carnegie Learning, Inc., Blackboard, Inc., BridgeU Limited, and DreamBox Learning, Inc.

Recent Strategies deployed in AI In Education Market

Partnerships, Collaborations and Agreements:

May-2022: Microsoft collaborated with ITE, an education institution. following this collaboration, the companies would integrate an AI lab in ITE College East to work as an innovation center in order to launch AI concepts, applications, and skills across industries for ITE students. Moreover, the companies would also expand the exposure of AI principles and offer skilling opportunities to more than 4,000 students.

Feb-2022: IBM came into a collaboration with the University of Florida, a public land-grant research university. This collaboration aimed to launch a public land-grant research university in order to extend UF?s strategy to become an international leader in AI, fintech, data science, and other associated technologies, which can help in solving major challenges in the society.

Feb-2022: IBM entered into an agreement with IE University, a private university. This agreement aimed to accelerate the strategy to make Madrid a key Artificial Intelligence ecosystem across Europe via the development of Pier 17. in addition, IBM's experts would join IE's adjunct faculty to aid in the identification of professors for the Educating AI innovators as well as Tech-makers program.

May-2021: Microsoft entered into an agreement with the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, a branch of the Government of India. Under this agreement, the entities would develop an AI curriculum for tribal students in Hindi and English at the Eklavya Model Residential Schools as well as Ashram Schools in the country.

Nov-2020: Microsoft signed an MoU with the Education University of Hong Kong, a publicly funded tertiary institution. With this agreement, the entities would focus on the integration of Artificial Intelligence into its Bachelor of Education programs curriculum.

Oct-2020: Microsoft came into a partnership with the All India Council For Technical Education, a statutory body to empower learners and educators. Under this partnership, Microsoft would offer more than 1500 courses to educators and students via AICTE's e-learning portal ELIS. for no cost.

Jun-2020: IBM joined hands with the Central Board of Secondary Education, an Indian national board of education. This collaboration aimed to add a curriculum with the purpose of integrating artificial intelligence in the education of classes XI and XII. Moreover, this collaboration would also complement CBSE's SEWA, or Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action, program.

Mar-2020: Pearson came into a partnership with MindBridge, a leader in financial risk discovery. This partnership aimed to integrate artificial intelligence into academic institutions.

Feb-2020: Pearson teamed up with the UCL Institute of Education, an education school of University College London. Through this collaboration, the companies would focus on the end-to-end experience of test-takers in taking PTE for study or migration purposes.

Acquisitions and Mergers:

Sep-2021: Blackboard announced a merger with Anthology, a leading provider of higher education solutions. This merger aimed to develop a comprehensive as well as modern EdTech ecosystem across the world. In addition, it would expedite the transformation at education institutions to Strengthen earner experience and propel institution and student success.

Sep-2020: Carnegie Learning acquired Scientific Learning, a leader in brain-based learning technology and research. With this partnership, the company aimed to strengthen the education technology offerings of both companies in order to drive a mutual vision to Strengthen student learning outcomes via leading-edge technology developed through rigorous research.

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Scope of the Study

Market Segments covered in the Report:

By Component

Solution
Services
By Application
Learning Platform & Virtual Facilitators
Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS)
Smart content
Fraud & Risk Management
Others
By End Use
Higher Education
Corporate Training & Learning
K-12 Education
By Deployment Mode
Cloud
On-premise
By Technology
Machine Learning
Natural Language Processing (NLP)
By Geography
North America
US

Canada

Mexico

Rest of North America
Europe
Germany

UK

France

Russia

Spain

Italy

Rest of Europe
Asia Pacific
China

Japan

India

South Korea

Singapore

Malaysia

Rest of Asia Pacific
LAMEA
Brazil

Argentina

UAE

Saudi Arabia

South Africa

Nigeria

Rest of LAMEA

Companies Profiled
IBM Corporation
Microsoft Corporation
Google LLC
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation
Pearson PLC
Amazon Web Services, Inc.
Carnegie Learning, Inc.
Blackboard, Inc.
BridgeU Limited
DreamBox Learning, Inc.

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