From smartphones, to recommended products and speech recognition, customers are engaging with AI every day, but some universities might not be making the most of the opportunities it creates. Organisations around the world are beginning to leverage AI to better meet customer demands and expectations.
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Data and analytics
Many universities understand the value of data and analytics, but struggle when it comes to applying the insights gained from it. Others build technical data and analytics, but then struggle to get the wider organisation to adopt and achieve long-term value based on this. Even though universities are accumulating data at an exponential rate, they’re often not fully harnessing the value of it.
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