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Why Aren’t We Asking Questions of AI?

As students and professors grow more skilled at commanding chatbots to produce the outputs they want, Sean Ross Meehan wonders what this will mean for question-based inquiry. 

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Zoom’s Changing Stances on AI and User Data Have Faculty Alarmed

Faculty members joined the social media outrage over Zoom’s ambiguity on using data to feed its AI and machine learning platforms. 

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Law Schools Split on ChatGPT in Admissions Essays

Some say failing to teach law students to use artificial intelligence is “malpractice,” but the role ChatGPT should have in law school admissions is unclear.

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Professors Craft Courses on ChatGPT With ChatGPT

While some institutions are banning the use of the new AI tool, others are leaning into its use and offering courses dedicated solely to navigating the new technology.

AI Boom Creates Concerns for Recent Graduates

More than half of recent graduates question whether they are properly prepared for the workforce in light of the rise...
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Warming Up to the Power of ChatGPT

Erin E. Kelly searches for the right analogy to help contextualize the rise of ChatGPT.

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AI Has a Language Diversity Problem. Humans Do, Too.

AI writing tools sometimes “correct” students’ dialects. But fixing the tech’s shortcomings may be easier than addressing human language biases.

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Building the AI Talent Pipeline

Industry partnerships, stackable credentials, two new centers, AI across the curriculum: Madeline Pumariega writes how one college is responding to the need for an AI-trained workforce.