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Stephen Downes

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Another in the wider collection of articles on the same topic. The main message here is that "AI tools are tools. They are not substitutes for intellectual growth. This guidance will support students to embrace AI responsibly, engage actively in studies and uphold academic integrity." One thing I've noticed is a gradual shift in terminology from 'ethical use' to 'responsible use'. The concept of assigning 'responsibilities' to people has always fascinated me. Who defines 'responsible' in this scenario? Is there any expectation at all of student engagement with what is or isn't 'responsible', or is it an external constraint arbitrarily imposed.

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Stephen Downes Stephen Downes, Casselman, Canada

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Last Updated: May 30, 2024 01:41 a.m.

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