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In preparation for the August 15, 2023, all-school meeting of the School of Arts and Sciences, please read, view, or listen to at least one of the six resources below. 

number 1
Wall Street Journal. (2022, December 21). Cheating With ChatGPT: Can OpenAI’s Chatbot Pass AP Lit? [Video]. YouTube.

Recommended by Jennifer Fontanini, Associate Dean of Humanities, Communication, and Social Sciences. Watch time: 6:58.

number 2
Koehler, T., & Sammon, J. (2023, June 16). How generative AI can support research-based math instruction. Edutopia.

Recommended by James Nowak, Associate Dean of Math and Science. Approximate read time: 5 minutes.

edutopia. George Lucas Educational Foundatino Technology Integration. How Generative AI Can Support Research-Based Math Instruction. Teachers can use artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT to generate rich math tasks and differentiate instruction. By Tara Koehler, John Sammon. June 16, 2023.
number 3
World Economic Forum. (2019, March 14). Compassion through computation: Fighting algorithmic bias | Joy Buolamwini [Video]. YouTube.

Recommended by Linda Gordy, Associate Dean of College and Career Readiness. Watch time: 12:24.

number 4

Roose, K. (2023, May 30). A.I. poses 'risk of extinction,' industry leaders warn. New York Times. 

Recommended by Amy Manion, Director of Library Services. Approximate read time: 4 minutes.

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number 5
Chen, C. (2023, March 9). AI will transform teaching and learning. Let's get it right. Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Stanford University.

Recommended by Deatra Holloway, Coordinator for the School of Arts and Sciences. Approximate read time: 6 minutes.

HAI Stanford University Human-Center Artificial Intelligence logo Education. AI Will Transform Teaching and Learning. Let's Get It Right. At the recent AI+Education Summit, Stanford researchers, students, and industry leaders discussed both the potential of AI to transform education for the better and the risks at play.  Mar 9, 2023 | Claire Chen
number 6
Rivera, G. (2023, July 13). An AI detector mislabeled nearly every essay written by a non-native English speaker as being written by a bot. Business Insider. 

Recommended by Bethany Leonard, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Approximate read time: 3 minutes.

Business Insider logo An AI detector mislabeled nearly every essay written by a non-native English speaker as being written by a bot

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