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Deploying 'Irving' using Google Cloud and Dialogflow has not only helped students get answers quicker, it’s also freed up University staff to focus on helping students with greater needs along their journey to complete their degree.Joe Schaefer, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Strayer University
Google Cloud helped Manhattan College trigger a digital transformation to the cloud to better serve the needs of students, faculty, and IT administrators affordably and effectively.
With Compute Engine and Preemptible Virtual Machines, Researchers at Northeastern ran more than 10 million Zika virus simulations reducing time to analyze data.
San José State University
SJSUs Computer Science Department supports independent learning with unlimited programming exercises for students, powered by Cloud.
One MIT professor pushes computing limits with the largest cluster ever built in the public cloud—300 core-years of compute time for just $20,000.