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Microsoft Copilot is an innovative tool that utilizes generative AI to assist educators and students with enhancing teaching, learning, and productivity. Here are some practical ideas for how faculty can use Copilot.
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For 2024, my resolution, echoing UNF’s perspective, is to advocate for a balanced approach towards AI in academia.
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Developing comprehensive, clear, and fair rubrics can often be a time-consuming task. That’s where a large language model (LLM) like ChatGPT, Google Bard, or Claude 2 can help.
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Computer scientists are rapidly developing generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools for working with and creating visual and audio content. These tools empower media professionals, like graphic designers and video editors, to spend less time on mundane tasks, like retouching, and focus their time and energy on aesthetics and creative thinking.
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In this post, we will explore how Honorlock and Respondus Monitor utilize AI technology to uphold academic honesty in the digital age.
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Turnitin recently added an AI-detection feature. UNF/CIRT has so far opted not to turn this feature on. Click here to learn why.
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This article offers several suggestions that you might consider making to your course assignments that will make them less susceptible to students' use of ChatGPT.
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