Does AI Belong in the College Classroom?

by Nicholas Tampio, Asim Ali, Patricia A. Young and Shital Thekdi One of the most intense discussions taking place among university faculty is whether to permit students to use artificial intelligence in the classroom. To gain perspective on the matter, The Conversation reached out to four scholars for their take on AI as a learning tool and the reasons why they will or won’t be making it a part of their classes. Nicholas Tampio, professor of political science: Learn to think for yourself As a professor, I believe the purpose of a college class is to teach students to think: to […]
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