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AI (Artificial Intelligence) in Education: Home

This guide provides resources and research tools related to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in higher education, including ethical considerations and pedagogical approaches related to the use of AI chat and image creation tools such ChatGPT, DALL-

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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to the ability of machines and computer systems to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as understanding natural language, recognizing patterns, learning from experience, and making decisions based on data. AI systems are designed to learn and improve over time, becoming more accurate and efficient with experience. Some examples of AI include machine learning algorithms, natural language processing tools, and computer vision systems. AI is increasingly being used in various applications, including self-driving cars, virtual assistants, and predictive analytics.

The above definition was generated by ChatGPT using the prompt: define artificial intelligence.

pop art style illustration of a young Black woman holding a pen and looking confidently at the viewer

The image above was created by DALL-E 2 using the prompt: pop art painting of a Black student confidently writing a paper.

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