Alexa Alice Joubin views it as her responsibility to teach students how to use ChatGPT responsibly, not as a shortcut. “In our inquiry-driven culture, we need to know how to retrieve information through queries,” Joubin said. “Further, democratic society needs good question-askers as much as good problem-solvers. Asking key questions helps to advance scholarly fields, and students develop editorial, curatorial and critical questioning skills that are employable skills and the foundation of civil society in an era of ChatGPT.”
Generative Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) tools have the potential to alter profoundly the ways we work, create, think, and behave. They raise such questions as:
What makes humans distinctive? Can machines have consciousness? What is intelligence? Are the methods used to create A.I. tools ethical?
Happy new year! Join us for our first even of the year to learn about the latest AI. From AI that write original papers, essays, and poems, to those that create art or write computer code, these technologies are quickly impacting on many aspects of higher education.