Tag: Making an AI plan
BIPOC students face higher risk of academic integrity allegations
EQUITY GAPS IN EDUCATION PUT BIPOC STUDENTS AT RISK In April we wrote about suggested guidelines for educators when developing AI guidelines and we followed up with a blog for students and created resources for students to protect themselves against false positives on original work. Many in our industry casually brush off the issue of […]
Navigating AI in Education: What is the policy?
AI In Education: Our Student Guide Have you ever felt like a teacher has an opinion about you that is unfair? They’re judging you for something you can’t control and has nothing to do with your talent? A teacher was published in the Washington Post in an article where he admitted that he took time […]
Setting Boundaries Around AI in Education: Suggested Guidelines for Educators
The world is aflame with anxiety about AI – everything from job losses to students using AI to cheat on papers, tests, perhaps even their Ph.D. theses. These are pressing ethical issues. Questions about AI should be studied and answered. However, we want to raise another concern. Although AI Detector pro is a best-in-class company […]