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Stephen Downes

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This report (44 page PDF) is a collection of six short articles (plus an introduction and listing of Generative AI Fellows) out of which 'An Undergraduate Perspective of Generative AI in Undergraduate Education' by Eric Bui and 'Authoring by Editing and Revising: Considering Generative AI Tools' by Benjamin Nye were the most substantial an interesting, each describing the use of AI in a slightly different way as fostering research, critical thinking and editing skills while being used as an assistant, rather than a 'teacher'. They're both good brisk reads. Via Jonathan Kantrowitz, who highlights another article in the collection, 'Ethics in Generative AI: Report From the Field' by Stephen Aguilar, which reports that "a teacher's gender and comfort with technology factor into whether artificial intelligence is adopted in the classroom."

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