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AI and Peer Review: Enemies or Allies?

Amid bans and restrictions on their use, artificial intelligence tools are creating interest among those who see a solution to systemic peer-review woes.

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AI Pioneer: ChatGPT Will Soon Become Scholars’ ‘Debate Partner’

A leading Hong Kong university scientist says the days are gone when AI was seen as the villain in education.

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Q&A: Being a University’s First Chief AI Officer

Mark Daley, CAIO of Western University in Canada, answers questions about his groundbreaking new role.

New York Invests Millions More Into University AI Research

New York State is doubling down on artificial intelligence research, investing $20 million to be split between the University at...
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Overcoming Higher Ed’s Tech Hiring Hurdles

Speakers at the Educause ed-tech conference described experimenting with new hiring methods to attract and retain tech talent.

New Accounting System Causes Bill Backlog at U of Washington

The University of Washington is behind on its bills due to issues related to a new accounting system implemented over...
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AI Buzz Dominates Annual Ed-Tech Conference

Speakers and attendees at Educause expressed cautious optimism about the early days of artificial intelligence in higher ed.

Ep. 100: The Key Podcast Hits 100 (Episodes)

Paul Fain and Doug Lederman discuss the podcast’s mission and arc over three years.