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AI just stormed into the classroom with the emergence of ChatGPT. How do we teach now that it exists? How can we use it? Here are some ideas. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence chatbot. Drawing on tons and tons of data and massive processing power, it uses GPT3 technology to let users talk to the AI about practically anything. What are the implications for the classroom? As soon as the genie was out of the lamp, so to speak, there were effects of...

Today, most employers seek a combination of both experience and education and, while a master’s degree is not necessary for all jobs, the advantages of earning a master degree in cybersecurity include higher pay, job security and expanded career opportunities. Not all cybersecurity education is created equal, however, which is why it is important to be especially discerning when choosing a graduate program. 10 Reasons to Get a Master’s Degree in Cyber Security 1.A Degree in Cybersecurity Equals Job Security If there was...

As the world becomes increasingly digitized and cloud-based, the technology and computer industries continue expanding and transforming. Technology is now embedded in business and consumer affairs, leading to a prevalence of information leaks, data breaches, and outright assaults by hackers and other cybercriminals. The old adage “the best defense is a good offense” holds true in computer-related fields. Keeping users, networks, and the cloud safe from cybercriminals is increasingly important as attackers become more sophisticated. For those interested in pursuing a...

Test Scores and College Applications During the pandemic, colleges have introduced more flexibility and choice into the admissions process. Many have decided to adopt a “test-optional” policy regarding college entrance exams, either temporarily or permanently. College Board supports these decisions, especially now. Most colleges still encourage students to submit their scores when they can, but they don't require all students to do so in every instance. For most students who take the SAT, sending scores will strengthen their college application. What Is a...

As the college application process picks up steam for the upcoming academic year, a new survey shows that more than 80% of U.S. bachelor-degree granting institutions will not require students seeking fall 2023 admission to submit either ACT or SAT standardized exam scores. While many of the schools converting to test-optional admissions procedures initially did so to accommodate applicants during the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the shift away from requiring standardized test scores has now become the prevailing policy across...

1. Texas A&M University - 73,284 Texas A&M University was established in 1871 as the state's first public college and one of the founders of the Texas A&M University System. Agriculture and Mechanical College of Texas was opened five years later with a military designation and training required until 1965. Today, the public land-grant research institution boasts the largest enrollment in the country, accounting for a 73,284 student body in the 2021-2022 school year.The 21-some square kilometers main campus in College...

MUMBAI: Intensifying the disruption of a long established trend, India saw about 19% increase in students on US campuses to 1.99 lakh in the post-pandemic phase while China saw a drop. India’s upward trajectory was sustained in fall 2022 (August-September), the snapshot Open Doors survey of a limited number of institutions showed. Indians in American graduate programmes, which account for the largest slice of desis in the US, crossed the 1 lakh-mark, up 48% from the previous year to touch 1,02,024....

The move will empower India to overtake China in getting the maximum number of US visas by next year’s summer season. After Mexico, India is expected to rank number 2 in the issuance of US visas There are four categories of US visas, which include student visas, work visas, tourist visas, and visas required for marine crews. All of these categories have waiting periods and backlogs. New Delhi: The United States is likely to open visa slots for Indians in mid-November and...

By India Today Web Desk: The wait time for issuance of US visas is expected to see a significant fall by summer 2023 and is likely to move towards normalcy by summer next year, according to a senior US embassy official in New Delhi. There are four categories of US visas, which include student visas, work visas, tourist visas, and visas required for marine crews. All of these categories have waiting periods and backlogs. "After students, our next big case is H&L...

NEW DELHI: The number of Indian students studying in America rose 19% in 2021-22, according to a report by the US government. This represented a marked improvement from previous figures which indicated a 13% drop in Indian students studying in the US during 2020-21. The figures came from the Open Doors Report, an annual survey on international students released by the Institute of International Education. India also overtook China to become the top recipient of US student visas this year, said Don...