An educational consultant describes several specific examples, such as having students analyze and improve chatbot-generated essays, coach the chatbot to do better, and test what AI can and can’t do.
For the time being, it will be up to individual professors to decide how they will tackle artificial intelligence in the classroom, from warning students about cheating to preparing them to be leaders in the field.
Guidance on student use of generative artificial intelligence in college applications varies widely across North Carolina, but universities broadly expect students not to submit AI-generated writing as their own.
The tech giant gave $1 million grants to San Jose State, Bowie State and Winston-Salem State universities with the goal of expanding access to digital literacy and creative skills and empowering diverse new talent.
With the help of an outside firm investigating, the university learned in July that, as far back as 2021, a hacker accessed some 7 million Social Security numbers of applicants, students and employees dating to 1989.
A memorandum of understanding between Georgia Tech and Hyundai Motor Group will establish workforce training and curricula for Hyundai’s EV and battery factory near the Georgia coast and a battery plant in Bartow County.
As one way to develop new talent for jobs in artificial intelligence, Colby College in Maine created an intensive summer program that trains students in AI and has them pitch ideas for new products to a panel of judges.
A former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, at which a gunman murdered 14 students in 2018, built a smartphone app that uses AI to suggest mindfulness activities for people based on how they feel.
Bridgewater State University CIO Steve Zuromski said the recent hack at MGM Resorts International is a reminder that there are too few experts in the field of cybersecurity, with 20,000 open jobs in Massachusetts alone.
Virtual reality has had a mixed reception in higher education, but few applications have caught on more than in nursing and health-care fields, where the technology is giving students practice with high-risk scenarios.
A grant from the Steinman Foundation to the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design will support technology and classrooms for a new degree program preparing students to work in the live entertainment industry.
A survey by Intelligent.com found that about 66 percent of educators are requiring assignments to be handwritten, typed in class without WiFi, or complemented by oral assessments so that students won't rely on ChatGPT.
A five-year program coordinated by the University of Texas at San Antonio and UT Health San Antonio allows students to work toward a medical degree and a master's in artificial intelligence at the same time.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University devised a string of code that could unlock ChatGPT and make it do things it was programmed not to. Now they're working on a "mind reader" tool to study how it makes decisions.
Panelists at the recent AR/VR Policy Conference said AR/VR tools have a unique ability to broaden participation and engagement in STEM courses, provided the tools are created and adopted with accessibility in mind.