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Computing Pioneers Profoundly Disagree on AI Risk

Mingling with young researchers last month in Germany, luminaries in computer science debated AI’s potential impact on the future of humanity.

ChatGPT Curates Duke Art Exhibit

What do you get when you ask an artificial intelligence to curate a museum art exhibit? The answer isn’t a...
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Opinion

AI, Expertise and the Convergence of Writing and Coding

The common challenge in teaching writing and coding is helping students develop professional expertise when access to such expertise has been democratized via AI, Marit J. MacArthur writes.

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Advisory Boards Aid in Alleviating AI Anxiety

Nearly a year after ChatGPT debuted, hundreds of educators sought advice at the Teaching and Learning With AI conference in Orlando, Fla., this week.

Doctor AI

AI Meets Med School

Adding to academia’s AI embrace, two institutions in the University of Texas system are jointly offering a medical degree paired with a master’s in artificial intelligence.

Opinion

Preparing Students for the AI-Enhanced Workforce

Our graduating and certificate-completing students need documented generative AI skills, and they need them now.

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Opinion

‘On Bullshit’ and AI

The rise of generative AI heralds the dawn of a golden age for bullshit in education, A. G. Elrod writes.

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Why Professors Are Polarized on AI

Academics who perceive threats to education from AI band together as a survival mechanism. The resulting alliances echo divisions formed during online learning’s emergence.