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When tasked with writing a poem, an explanation of how to train a puppy, an explanation of string theory and an email to a parent, the AI chatbot ChatGPT produced imperfect but coherent responses.
Researchers at UCLA and MIT Press suggest that universities could improve operational efficiency and advance fields of study by updating their policies around sharing institutional and research data.
Engineering researchers from West Virginia University are planning to use a solar testbed at the I-79 Tech Park to study aspects of battery storage, grid integration and the cybersecurity of solar power.
A survey of 1,000 U.S. college students found that nearly a third of them had used the AI chatbot ChatGPT to complete written homework assignments, and close to 60 percent use it on more than half of their work.
As some K-12 schools have moved to ban a new AI chatbot that can write essays and answer complex questions, higher ed experts are weighing the pros and cons. They all agree on one thing: Education is going to change.
Social media use is linked to increases in depression, social isolation, low self-esteem and suicidal ideation. Bans won't stop students from using it, but they might get us thinking about what we need less of.
Professors from the University of Pennsylvania argue that banning artificial intelligence-driven chatbots is a practical impossibility, so teachers should consider ways to embed them into the learning process.
University of Texas at Austin blocked access to the social media app TikTok on its WiFi networks this week, and while some students found the move a little bit frivolous, others said they were OK or happy with it.
TikTok videos documenting the recruiting process of fraternities and sororities have become a staple of Greek life on some college campuses, but this might not last if more states ban the China-based app.
Funding from the Massachusetts Department of Education will help the Cybersecurity Center of Excellence at Springfield Union Station to provide professional opportunities and hands-on training to students.
Later this year, the private university will launch several open online liberal arts courses on the digital learning platform edX in hopes of expanding its reach to virtual students across the globe.
Following Gov. Greg Abbott's order banning state employees from using TikTok on government-issued devices, more universities are taking action, citing fears that the Chinese government is harvesting customers' data.
With nearly 4,000 fully online students and 1,600 who primarily take classes in-person, a private university in Minnesota is restructuring to create CSP Global and accommodate growing demand for online courses.
A new paid internship program at the State University of New York (SUNY) and the City University of New York (CUNY) will offer certifications and hands-on experience to support the state’s future tech workforce.
The university plans to launch a program to support up to 10 community-based innovation pilot projects which will draw from traditional indigenous knowledge and practices to preserve local ecosystems.