Student services prepare artificial intelligence

Student services prepare artificial intelligence

By: Eryn Pinksen The Student Services Centre is training artificial technology (AI) to give students another option to get their questions answered. Given the name Lumi, short for IllumiNAIT, the AI chatbot finished collecting student questions at the beginning of...
NAITSA keeping students full

NAITSA keeping students full

By: Emma Morrison NAIT students struggling to afford food in their student budget have access to a discreet and easily accessible food centre. The NAITSA Food Centre is essentially a food bank for the students of NAIT. Students receive three to five days worth of food...
NAIT offers sneak peek

NAIT offers sneak peek

By: Chantal Dunn NAIT has developed a series of events to give prospective students the chance to test run different programs. The student recruitment department said that the popularity and attendance has increased every year. Program Previews began three years ago...
Man made meat products

Man made meat products

By: Eli O’Donnell A Canadian startup working in Edmonton has created lab-made chicken product. Future Fields is a tech startup partnered with the University of Alberta’s Health Accelerator program at TEC Edmonton studying cultured meat, where Matt Anderson-Baron...
NAIT campus will expand into Blatchford land

NAIT campus will expand into Blatchford land

By: Eryn Pinksen NAIT has acquired 32.79 acres of the Blatchford development plan after a finalized agreement with the City of Edmonton. The long-term plan is to bring the satellite campuses to the main campus, except for Spruce Grove, and to build a NAIT student...