Artificial Intelligence

ProctorU Adds AI to Live Proctoring

The latest version of ProctorU's Live+ online proctoring solution is using artificial intelligence to add a "second set of eyes" to live human proctoring. While a human proctor monitors test-takers via webcam and screen-sharing technology, AI analyzes students' test-taking behaviors to help identify any suspicious actions.

"With a proctor ratio of 2.75:1 and interventionists to assist proctors when needed, the AI serves as a virtual safety net for our customers, ensuring that we will alert institutions to all aberrant behaviors," noted Scott McFarland, ProctorU CEO, in a statement.

According to a news release, other features of Live+ include:

  • Faster launch times and lower wait times for test-takers;
  • Real-time exam viewing and notifications for test administrators;
  • HTML5/WebRTC video and audio streaming;
  • Intuitive exam review interface;
  • Single video playback of exam sessions;
  • Enhanced analytics; and
  • New interactive test-taker resources.

For more information, visit the ProctorU site.

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About the author: Rhea Kelly is executive editor for Campus Technology. She can be reached at rkelly@1105media.com.

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