We are living in an exciting time when artificial intelligence can help us create new things, such as text, images, music, or code, from existing data and models. This is called generative AI, and it has many possibilities for improving our education. We can use it to enhance our learning, spark our creativity, and try new ways of teaching and testing. But we also need to be careful about some of the challenges and risks that generative AI brings, such as copying, unfairness, quality, and responsibility. That’s why we need to stay updated on the University’s policies and rules on this topic. On this page, we attempt to share the most critical information you need as an instructor or curriculum administrator. This paragraph was generated using the Bing Chat AI-powered assistant.
A self-enroll course on d2l for learning how to use AI as an educator
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Free Courses about AI
Learn Prompting's Introductory Course on Generative AI and Prompt Engineering
DeepLearning AI's Generative AI for Everyone — Get an overview of AI tools, and learn from real-world examples of generative AI in use today.
Google's Introduction to Generative AI — Aimed at explaining what Generative AI is, how it is used, and how it differs from traditional machine learning methods.