The title of this paper - one of the longest in the history of OLDaily - pretty much summarizes the contents (16 page PDF). As Philip Guo reports, "Our study findings capture a rare snapshot in time in early 2023 as computing instructors are just starting to form opinions about this fast-growing phenomenon but have not yet converged to any consensus about best practices." So the jury is still out on whether computer science instructors want to embrace, extinguish or extend the use of AI in their students' work. The paper has a nice section describing exactly what AI can do to help students, and this, rather more than the findings from the interviews, represents its greater value.
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