Artificial Intelligence

Should universities be worried about the increasing capabilities of AI?

If a piece of writing was 49 per cent written by AI, with the remaining 51 per cent written by a human, is this considered original work? Image: Unsplash/ Danial Igdery

Sarah Elaine Eaton

Educational Leader in Residence, Academic Integrity and Assistant Professor, University of Calgary

Michael Mindzak

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Brock University

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