Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education is Here
Artificial intelligence is having an impact in all areas
of teaching and learning. As we begin to explore
the possibilities we also want to be cautious not to
embrace of reject its role in education until we
better understand the implications. On this page
we will share important content that explores the
possibilities. Below are some examples of readings
and commentary on this topic.
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ChatGPT: Optimizing Language Models for Dialogue
Try ChatGPT According to OpenAI "We’ve trained a model called ChatGPT which interacts in a conversational way. The dialogue format makes it possible for ChatGPT to answer followup questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject inappropriate requests.
GPTZero: A solution under development for educatiors to responsibly adopt AI-Technologies in education. GPTZero turns the very technologies used to build ChatGPT around — to detect AI. It uses variables like perplexity to fingerprint AI involvement. Stay updated on the upcoming innovations in GPTZero technology via this substack. Sign up for GPTZero
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AI Chat Assistant Merlin is a chrome extension powered by ChatGPT API that enhance your productivity by providing applications of ChatGPT on any website on your browser.
SUNY Online Teaching >> chatGPT, Links List and Resources
Teaching and Learning
The FACT2 Guide to Optimizing AI in Higher Education is designed to provide
with information and insight regarding the use and application of AI in teaching and
learning. The task group included over 50 volunteers from 11 SUNY campuses, SUNY
Online, and SUNY Administration. Faculty and staff from Southeastern University,
University of Louisiana system, University of New Orleans, and Northwestern University
also joined the committee to share their work in this area to enrich our efforts.
Download the AI guide.
Podcast: Tea for Teaching 80 Ways to Use Chat GPT in the Classroom In this episode, Stan Skrabut joins us to discuss his book that explores how ChatGPT can support student learning. Stan is the Director of Instructional Technology and Design at Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts.
How Schools Can Survive (and Maybe Even Thrive) With A.I. This Fall (The New York Times August 24, 2023)
How teachers and students feel about A.I. New York Times August 24, 2023
Disinformation Researchers Raise Alarms About A.I. Chatbots (The New York TimesFebruary 8, 2023)
A Creator (Me) Made a Masterpiece With A.I. , The New York Times, August 25, 2023
The end of the Take-Home Essay? The Chronicle of Higher Education August 24, 2023
Teaching Actual Student Writing in an AI World (Inside Higher ED),
January 19, 2023, Read the article here.
AI Writing Detection: A Losing Battle Worth Fighting (Inside Higher ED) January 20, 2023
ChatGPT is not going to save you from your essays The Daily Pennsylvanian January 17, 2023
Assigning Writing in the Age of AI tools like OpenAI's ChatGPT (The FIT Writing and Speaking Studio)
How to Keep Students Writing in the Age of AI Tools (Edutopia) Read the article here.
New York Times, Hard Fork Podcast: Generative AI is Here. Who Should Control it? Download Podcast
ChatGPT: CBS Sunday Morning, Grading artificial intelligence's writing