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A study by anti-plagiarism platform developer Turnitin, which reviewed over 200 million student papers worldwide since April 2023, found that over 22 million of them used AI to generate at least 20 percent of the writing.
Almost everyone has heard of ChatGPT. But Jeff Brown, CISO for the state of Connecticut, shares his concerns on some of the other “dark side” apps that have emerged with generative AI.  
Mason City Community School District has moved on from the early catastrophizing about artificial intelligence to testing various use cases and defining how AI tools should be used by students and staff.
From creating discussion boards, to making syllabuses and annotated bibliographies, to simulating different personas with mental illnesses for psychology students, professors are exploring their own uses for AI.
New generative AI tools are poised to make an even bigger impact in state and local government in the year ahead. Jurisdictions need to understand their potential uses and how they will impact resident services.
Addressing the subject of artificial intelligence at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland last week, panelists said students will need to learn how to identify truth, have meaningful conversations and think critically.
More than a decade before ChatGPT, computer scientists at IBM spent years on an AI system hoping it could one day power a generalized tutor. Some say tutoring is a deeply human process that AI will not soon replicate.
Mark DiMauro, a University of Pittsburgh assistant professor, gave the example of using AI to simulate ancient philosophers holding a conversation, tutor students on Greek playwrights, and provide curriculum updates.
With the modern Internet, it’s easier than ever before to learn from, imitate and even plagiarize other people’s work. So how will new generative AI tools change our media landscape in 2024 and beyond?     
In 2023, government saw an explosion of AI-powered tools that had the potential to change everything about how it does the people's business. For 2024, the technology remains a promising — but complex — proposition.