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How Colleges are Navigating the New World of AI Chatbots

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We’ll look at how chatbots and AI are impacting higher ed, from college essays to classroom teaching. (Moor Studio via Getty Images)

Next month will mark one year since the public release of ChatGPT, the AI-enabled chatbot. The technology immediately sent shockwaves across college campuses: Would it revolutionize higher education, or simply lead to widespread cheating and plagiarism? We’ll look at how chatbots and AI are impacting higher ed, from college essays to classroom teaching.

Guests:

Francesca Caparas, professor of English, De Anza College

Beth McMurtrie, senior writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education<br />

Jenae Cohn, executive director, UC Berkeley Center for Teaching and Learning

Andrew Yu, senior, UC Davis<br />

Jennifer Tran, sophomore, UC Berkeley; student representative, Committee on Teaching, Academic Senate

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