ChatGPT, AI policies—and international students?

ChatGPT should be discussed as part of international student orientation, and the trick is to introduce the technology in a way that focuses on how to use it correctly.

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.

How proper learning and exposure to AI can win over even your most cautious faculty

Course Hero's Sean Michael Morris sees the trend of cautious leaders as a result of a timeless truism: We fear what we don't know. The antidote? Unlocking their confidence with informed training.

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.

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.

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