CWRU to collaborate with Microsoft on AI in education, research

After a decade as partners advancing augmented reality in higher education, Case Western Reserve and Microsoft will once again explore how the company’s technologies can enhance the university experience.

Through a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Case Western Reserve and Microsoft have agreed to collaborate on new ways to use artificial intelligence (AI) across the university’s curriculum, research and administration functions.

“AI is driving rapid growth and transforming entire industries,” said Case Western Reserve Provost Joy K. Ward. “I’m eager to explore how Microsoft’s advanced AI technologies can help us improve the outstanding academic and research experiences we offer to our students.”

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