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Bryan Alexander on AI

The new episode of the Pulse podcast features an interview with Bryan Alexander, futurist and writer, about the role of artificial intelligence in higher education.

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Can Turnitin Cure Higher Ed’s AI Fever?

The plagiarism detector will introduce its AI detection tool tomorrow, hoping to protect academic integrity in a post-ChatGPT world. The speedy launch and lack of an opt-out have academics worried.

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The Case for Luddism Against ChatGPT

By resisting this technology, we retain autonomy as educators, Patrick Luiz Sullivan De Oliveira writes.


Where Will Generative AI Lead?

Looking ahead to the not-too-distant future, we are likely to see more about biocomputers. Using brain and stem cells, researchers are hoping to vastly accelerate and expand performance.

GPT-4 Is Here. But Most Faculty Lack AI Policies.

Faculty members and administrators are struggling to stay ahead of disruptive AI progress, a new report suggests.

A Guide to Generative AI Policy Making

Administrators and faculty should respond to the rise of AI with speed, strategic purpose and an inclusive focus on equitable student value, Daniel Dolan and Ekin Yasin write.

How AI Is Shaping the Future of Higher Ed

M’hammed Abdous considers the myriad ways artificial intelligence is transforming higher education’s administrative, teaching and research practices.