TCC receives $40k grant to develop artificial intelligence lab

Tulsa Community College has been awarded a $40,000 grant to develop an artificial intelligence lab.

TCC is one of 15 colleges nationwide selected to receive a grant as part of the Artificial Intelligence Incubator Network Initiative, a collaboration between the American Association of Community Colleges, Dell Technologies and Intel, officials announced this week.

The college will create an AI lab using a virtual platform, which will aim to provide greater access to AI computing power, tools and resources and foster the skills needed for future jobs.

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“Our participation in this national initiative provides TCC with a level of tailored technical and peer support that will greatly enhance our ongoing efforts to develop a successful and comprehensive industry-recommended curriculum, including artificial intelligence, to meet demand growing workforce,” said Leigh Goodson, TCC. president and CEO.

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TCC is incorporating AI content into current courses and redesigning some courses leading to the Information Technology Application Development degree.

Courses for fall 2022 and spring 2023 added more AI content, and a new course on data visualization planned for summer 2023 will take AI skills to the next level.

“The potential for AI adds to the technology hub in the Tulsa region,” said Travis White, TCC’s dean of business and information technology. “With the help of this grant, our students can now acquire basic skills in data analysis, data visualization and machine learning. These additions set the stage for students to further their learning in the field.”

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