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AI and plagiarism: Why higher ed must now adjust

AI detectors like Turnitin and GPTZero are turning in false positives on students' use of AI, and it is becoming harder and harder for educators to determine how often their students are using the tool.

Despite concerns, only 3% of colleges have developed student policy on AI

However, firsthand use of generative AI changed administrators' beliefs about the need for regulation. Only 14% of those who use it believe it will negatively affect student learning.

Going online: Why should your college dump paper for digital credentials?

With robust digital credential programs emerging at schools across the country, it’s clear that academic records and credentials are a natural place to begin.

Your students aren’t using AI as often as you think, studies find

New data suggests that students are turning in fewer AI-generated assignments and are just as concerned about AI as you may be, citing ethical and moral conundrums related to the use of the tool.

What is GPT-4 and why is it better than ChatGPT?

Just when it seemed artificial intelligence had hit its peak, this new iteration of OpenAI's chatbot can turn hand-drawn pictures into fully functioning websites and recreate the iconic game Pong in less than 60 seconds.

Plagiarism catcher Turnitin announces ‘state-of-the-art’ AI writing detector

The tool, expected to launch in April, is capable of detecting 97% of ChatGPT writing with a less than 1% false positive rate, according to the company.

College application essays: How to stop the lies

To begin with, do away with the essay: They’re vague, hard to score and more than a third of students admit to making them up. After all, asks one academic integrity researcher, “What’s their incentive for telling the truth?”

ChatGPT a cheating tool? These educators think you’re looking at it wrong

Alex Lawrence is one of academia's earliest adopters of the controversial tool in the classroom, and, thanks to it, he has witnessed a sizable elevation in student comprehension of class curriculum at a very early stage of the spring semester.

Nearly 1 in 3 college students let ChatGPT do their writing assignments

What may be most shocking to campus leaders is that three-quarters of students who have used ChatGPT acknowledge that utilizing the technology constitutes cheating.

ChatGPT coming soon to Microsoft apps like Word and PowerPoint

The tip first came from an unnamed source cited in The Information, alleging that "Microsoft has discussed incorporating OpenAI's artificial intelligence in Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and other apps so customers can automatically generate text using simple prompts."

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