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Preparing for Our New AI Workforce in Higher Education

The rapid development of Generative AI has opened the possibility of far more efficient and cost-effective use of technology to assume roles currently performed by people.

Higher Education is Most Trusted Source to Handle AI

While the public remains cautious of artificial intelligence (AI), most trust higher education institutions to use AI responsibly, according to...
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The (AI) Counselor Is in

AI-powered college advising tools promise to free up time-strapped counselors and “democratize” admissions expertise for less-privileged high schoolers. Will they?

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Bridging the AI Divide: A Call to Action

Leaders must take steps to prevent low-income and first-gen students from falling further behind, Adela de la Torre and James Frazee write.

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Boston University Denies It Would Use AI to Replace Striking Teaching Assistants

Boston University is pushing back against criticisms following a dean’s suggestion that AI tools be used amid a graduate students’...

Assessment of Student Learning Is Broken

And generative AI is the thing that broke it, Zach Justus and Nik Janos write.

Student Chatbot Use ‘Could Be Increasing Loneliness’

Study finds students who rely on ChatGPT for academic tasks feel socially supported by artificial intelligence at the expense of their real-life relationships.

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Digital Media Literacy Becoming a Graduation Requirement

As concerns mount about online misinformation, AI-created images and the ethics of the digital landscape, several institutions are requiring courses in digital media literacy.