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The Human Elements of Artificial Intelligence

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Why Read This Research

As institutions begin to leverage intelligent automation and other AI-related technologies, their impacts on the institution are not always well-defined up-front. Deploying AI requires a well-planned change management approach as the adoption, and ultimately, the success of AI-based systems are heavily dependent on people, including their reactions to and acceptance of AI technology. This white paper explores AI technology use in higher education institutions, AI’s impact on the human experience, and how to gauge your institutional readiness for AI deployment.

Key Questions Answered

  • What types of AI technologies are higher education institutions using today?
  • What are the core uses of AI in higher education?
  • How should institutions prepare for AI’s impact on staff and the human experience?
  • What areas of readiness can an institution address to minimize the risk of AI deployment?


  • Area in Focus: Artificial Intelligence
  • Authors: Mary Beth Cahill, Senior Analyst, Tambellini Group
  • Research Availability: January 2024

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Types of AI Technology
  3. Current AI Trends in Higher Education
  4. The Human Side of AI
  5. Institutional Readiness
  6. AI Readiness Checklist
  7. Conclusion
  8. References

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