Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity: Mitigating the Risks

Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity: Mitigating the Risks

AI-powered chatbots generate responses on demand and can be used to facilitate student cheating on tests and assignments, for example, by generating essays, computer code, and solutions to math problems. This session, jointly organized by the Teaching Commons and the Office of the Vice-Provost Academic, will cover the capabilities of AI technology along with its limitations and provides instructors with some strategies to prevent cheating from occurring, including ways to restructure assessments and ways to leverage these tools as a learning resource. Additionally, we will discuss how to detect when students have used these tools to gain an unfair academic advantage. This session includes a demonstration of AI technology, an overview of strategies, and a chance to discuss various approaches with colleagues.

Come and join us for this engaging live session on Thursday February 23 from 10 am to noon! Please complete the form below to register, and we'll email a Zoom link before the session.