A New Personal AI Assistant For College

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Personal Assistant AI’s may soon come to college campuses in order to guide students through college. AdmitHub, a startup company has raised $2.95 million dollars in order to hire more AI engineers and hire more employees to be a part of its sales team. The company plans on spreading their chatbot program throughout college campuses throughout the US and internationally.

The conversational AI will be accessible to students 24/7 to guide them through engagement and provide them with expert advising. Chatting is achieved through text messages or Facebook Messenger which not only takes the workload off counselors, but also allows them focus on students that require more attention. The AI will be able to handle monotonous tasks such as sending out reminders, supportive guidance, and answering questions.

AdmitHub is already being tested on various large college campuses including Georgia State University, West Texas A&M University, and Bowling Green State University. Through its first year of release, it was able to handle 185,000 individual messages from 3,600 unique students. Their goal of implementing a widely used method of communication makes it easy for students to understand their software. Through its simplicity, the company hopes to provide students with on-demand access to college counseling, provide insight for college admissions officers, and help counselors focus on students the require more personal attention.

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