15 December 2023

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University of Galway wins Times Higher Education award for technological innovation

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University of Galway wins Times Higher Education award for technological innovation

University of Galway has won a Times Higher Education award for technological innovation for Cara, its virtual assistant for students

Cara has been developed by the University in partnership with Galvia, a pioneering AI company based in Galway.

The virtual assistant addresses online queries from students

At the same time it gathers essential data to identify and support at-risk individuals in the student community.

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