University of NSW taps Accenture & Altis Consulting for Microsoft AI pilot – Services | Windows

Accenture and Sydney data and analytics firm Altis Consulting have rolled out a Microsoft AI solution for the University of NSW (UNSW) that provides early detection of students at risk of academic failure.

The solution is part of UNSW’s Data Insights for Student Learning and Support project, which aims to connect at-risk students with support services.

Known as the Academic Success Monitor (ASM), the solution uses a predictive machine learning model trained on historical data from learning and administration systems.

The model identifies potential academic risks based on student engagement in their digital learning environment.

The ASM was built using Microsoft Azure, Azure Machine Learning Studio, Azure OpenAI Service and Power Apps.

“By engaging our support services, we’ve been able to understand the language they use, the types of student personas they see, and how the syntax they use in their communications escalates at different risk levels,” said…


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