In the news, there is a lot of talk about ChatGPT and other generative AI platforms.
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1. Basic Explanations of ChatGPT
- Mackay, T. (2023, March 02) What is ChatGPT? Why has it been blocked? ‘Greatest cheating tool ever invented’ Prof warns. As seen on The Scotsman, Lifestyle.
- Woodle, A. (2023, January 17). Hallucinations, Plagiarism, and ChatGPT. As seen on Datanami.
- Miller, M. (2022, December 17) ChatGPT, Chatbots and Artificial Intelligence in Education. As seen on Ditch That Textbook.
- Anders, B. A. (2022, December 10). ChatGPT and its Use in Essay Writing Instruction. As seen on Sovorel.
- Roose, K. (2022, December 07). The Brilliance And Weirdness of ChatGPT. As seen on Etkathimerini.com. Originally from The New York Times : International Weekly.
- Hurst, L. (2022, November 08). AI writing is here, and it’s worryingly good. Can writers and academia adapt?. As seen on EuroNews.
Flaws of ChatGPT?
- Vincent, J. (2023, February 09). 7 problems facing Bing, Bard, and the future of AI search. As seen on The Verge.com.
- Bhardwaj, N. (2023, February 03). Written by human or AI? ChatGPT can let you know now. As seen on India Today.
- BBC News. (2023, February 02) Artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT sparks plagiarism concerns after passing exams. [Video]. As seen on BBC News YouTube Channel.
- Rane, Z. (2023, February 02). I Paid a Professional to Edit a ChatGPT-Written Article — Hilarity Ensued. As seen on Medium.com.
- Holden Thorp, H. (2023, January 26). ChatGPT is fun, but not an author. As seen on Science. Vol. 379, no 6630.
- FPJ Web Desk. (2023, January 16). ChatGPT has answers for almost everything, but is it as flawless as it sounds? As seen on The Free Press Journal.
- Kilkenny, K. and Cho, W. (2023, January 12). Attack of the Chatbots: Screenwriters’ Friend or Foe? As seen on The Hollywood Reporter, Business, Business News.
2. ChatGPT User’s Point of View / Reflexions
- Matthews, M and Kelemen, T. (2023, March 14). Guests: How ChatGPT has changed how academics write, research. As seen on The Oklahoman, Opinion.
- DebateUs! (2023, February 22). The Importance Integrating Instruction About Generative AI Deep Fakes Into the Curriculum. YouTube.
- Sim, J. (2023, February 21). Commentary: I am a teacher and I let my students use ChatGPT. As seen on CNA- Channel News Asia.
- Mills, M. P. (2023, February 15). Yes, This Time It’s Different. ChatGPT and automation come to knowledge work. As seen on CityJournal, Eye on the News, Technology and Innovation.
- Marshalls, C. (2023, February 10). Noah Chomsky on Chat GPT : It’s “basically High-Tech Plagiarism “ and a Way of Avoiding Learning”. As seen on Open Culture, in Education, Technology.
- CGTN Africa. (2023, February 06). Is AI art simply plagiarism?[Video]. As seen on CGTN Africa YouTube channel.
- Eduawen Europe. (2023, February 01) On Writing by Live Intelligence. As seen on Eduawen Europe-Blog.
- D’Agostino, S. (2023, January 12). ChatGPT Advice Academics Can Use Now. As seen on Inside Higher Ed, News, Teaching and Learning.
- Haines, B. (2023, January 30). Opinion: Will ChatGPT be the end of the college essay?. As seen on Reveille.
- Yadav, D. (2023, January 25). Chat GPT AI App and Plagiarism Concerns in Schools, Open AI CEO Says Human Intelligence Must Also Evolve. As seen on Times Now News, Education.
- Godin, S. (2023, January 22). Overconfidence and AI. As seen on Seth’s Blog.
- Kingson, J. A. (2023, January 13). Friend of foe? Teachers debate ChatGPT. As seen on Axios.
- Bailey, J. (2022, December 19). AI and the Danger of Good Enough. As seen on PT – Plagiarism Today.
- Feldstein, M. (2022, December 16). I Would Have Cheated in College Using ChatGPT. As seen on eLiterate.us.
- Warner, J. (2022, December 11). ChatGPT Can’t Kill Anything Worth Preserving. As seen on The Biblioracle Recommends.
- Warner, J. (2022, May 25). Language AI Don’t Know No Grammar. As seen on Inside Higher Ed, Opinion, Blog.
3. Artificial Intelligence Detection
- Wiggers, K. (2023, February 16). Most sites claiming to catch AI-written text fail spectacularly Even the best of the bunch missed some. As seen on Tech Crunch, Featured Article.
- Bugeja, M. (2023, February 16). Chatbots and plagiarism: Will we ‘get over it’? As seen on Iowa Capital Dispatch, Education.
- ChatGPT Plagiarism. (2023, February 03). ChatGPT Plagiarism – New Tool Lets Teachers Know If AI Wrote a Student Essay. As seen on Cision PR Newswire.
- Linda. (2023, February 03) Artificial intelligence: OpenAI develops its own tool to detect plagiarism with ChatGPT. As seen on News Rebeat. Technology.
- Jimenez, K. (2023, January 31). OpenAI launched a second tool to complement ChatGPT – and help teachers detect cheating. As seen on Usa Today – Education. updated 2023, February 01.
- Mishra, B. K. (2023, January 30) Shodh Shuddhi’ project: Universities in Bihar to use software to check plagiarism. As seen on The Times of India.
- Tham, I. (2023, January 28). 5 Plagiarism Detection Tools to Tell If Content Is Written By A Bot Like ChatGPT. As seen on The Straits Times.
- (2023, January 28). Plagiarism checker: Turnitin to update ChatGPT screening in 2023. As seen on Study International Staff.
- Richard, I. (2023, January 26). ChatGPT, Plagiarism Detector: Tools You Need to Catch AI-Made Content. As seen on Tech Times, Internet.
- Ocelot, L. (2023, January 21). Don’t Rely on AI Plagiarism Detection Tools, Warns OpenAI CEO Sam Altman. As seen on Medium.com.
- Mok. A. (2023, January 19). CEO of ChatGPT Maker Responds to Schools’ Plagiarism Concerns: ‘We Adapted to Calculators and Changed What We Tested in Math Class’. As seen on Business Insider, Tech.
- Gewirtz, D. (2023, January 13). Can AI detectors Save Us From ChatGPT? I Tried 3 Online Tools to Find Out. As seen on ZDNet.com.
- Chechitelli, A. (2023, January 13). Sneak Preview of Turnitin’s AI Writing and ChatGPT Detection Capability. As seen on Turnitin.
- Stone, T. (2023, January 11). ChatGPT will offer the ultimate weapon against AI plagiarism. As seen on The Saxon in Techno.
- Morrone, M. (2023, January 09). Was This Written By A Robot? These Tools Help Detect AI-Generated text. As seen on Fast Company, Connected World.
- Bailey, J. (2023, January 05). 3 Approaches to Detect AI Writing. As seen on PT – Plagiarism Today.
- Mollenkamp, D. (2022, December 21). Can Anti-Plagiarism Tools Detect When AI Chatbots Write Student Essays? As seen on Ed Surge, Student Success.
- Heikklilä, M. (2022, Decembre 19). How to Spot AI-Generated Text. As seen on MIT Technology Review. Melissa Heikkilä discusses the topic of developing new tools to detect AI-generated texts: right now, AI is not flawless, but we need to find solutions fast.
- Gillin, P. (2022, December 16). Startup Says It Can Reliably Detect AI-Generated Content. As seen on SiliconeANGLE.
- Stone, B. (2022, December 14). Anti-Cheating Education Software Braces for AI Chatbots . As seen on Bloomberg.
- Gibson [@gibsonishere]. (2022, December 17). We Can Adapt! #tiktokteacher #aibot #teachertiktok #ela #aplit #teacher #writing #criticalthinking [Video]. TikTok.
- Puiu, T. (2022, December 14). Can Digital Watermarks Prevent AI Generated Plagiarism? As seen on Zmescience: .
- Rosenblatt, K. (2022, December 07). New Bot ChatGPT Will Force Colleges to Get Creative to Prevent Cheating, Experts Say. As seen on NBC News, Tech.
- Online Demo on GPT-2 outpout dector model: https://openai-openai-detector.hf.space/.
GPT Zero – Edward Tian
- Becken, B. (2023, January 25). Bot or not? This Canadian developped and app that weeds out AI-generated homework. As seen con CBC Radio Q&A.
- Osborne, M. (2023, January 17). Student Creates App to Detect Essays Written by AI. As seen on Smithsonian Magazine.
- Ali, F. (2023, January 06). GPTZero set to counter AI Plagiarism caused by services like ChatGPT. As seen on Neowin.
- Paul, J. (2023, January 06). No More Copying From ChatGPT; Princeton Student Builds App That Detects Essays Generated By AI. As seen on Mashable.
- Clark, N. (2023, January 05). College student made app that exposes AI-written essays. As seen on Polygon.
- Syme, P. (2023, January 04). A Princeton student build an app which can detect is ChatGPT wrote an essay to combat AI-based plagiarism. As seen on Business Insider.
4. Schools Are Afraid…
- McDermoot, M. (2023, March 14). Does ChatGPT Pose A Threat to the Future of the College Essay? As seen on UPR Live, BBC Business Daily and BBC Witness, Utah News.
- D’Agostino, S. (2023, February 22) AI Bots Can Seem Sentient. Students Need Guardrails. As seen on Inside Higher Ed, News, Teaching and Learning.
- Mollick, E. and Mollick, L. (2023, February 09). (2023, February 9) Why All Our Classes Suddenly Became AI Classes Strategies for Teaching and Learning in a ChatGPT World. As seen on Harvard Business Publishing, Education, Digital Learning.
- The Journal. (2023, February 01). ChatGPT creators release new tool aimed at easing concerns over university plagiarism. As seen on The Journal, #CHATGPT.
- Barnett, S. , S. (2023, 30 Janvier) ChatGPT Is Making Universities Rethink Plagiarism. Students and professors can’t decide whether the AI chatbot is a research tool—or a cheating engine. As seen on Wired, Culture.
- Eagerton, A. (2023, January 19). ChatGPT worries professos, excites them for future of AI. As seen on State Press.
- Editorial Board of St-Louis Post-Dispatch. (2023, January 17). ChatGPT Has a Lot of Teachers Worried About Plagiarism. The Fears Are Overblown. As seen you STL Today.
- Weale, S. (2023, January 13). Lecturers Urged to Review Assessments in UK Amid Concerns Over New AI Tool. As seen on The Guardian, Education, Schools, Artificial Intelligence (AI).
- D’Agostino, S. (2023, January 12). ChatGPT Advice Academics Can Use Now. As seen on Inside Higher Ed.
- Cassidy, C. (2023, January 10). Australian universities to return to ‘pen and paper’ exams after students caught using AI to write essays. As seen on The Guardian.
- Goss, L. (2023, January 06). Use of AI apps is fuelling plagiarism, as barrister warns more needs to be done to stop online exam cheating. As seen on City A.M.
- Chia, O. (2023, January 03). Teachers v ChatGPT: Schools face new challenge in fight against plagiarism. As seen on Asia News Network.
- Blackman, J. (2022, December 28). Plagiarism and ChatGPT. As see on Reason.com, The Volokh Conspiracy. Josh Blackman, a constitutional law professor, presents his point of view and emerging questions about limiting access to devices-only paper sources, policies, academic integrity standards.
- Lopez, J. (2022, Decembre 14). AI Chatbots Like ChatGPT Worries Schools, Anti-Cheating Softwares. As seen on Techtimes.
- Frankel, B. (2022, December 12). How Will AI Affect Education? Part 1. As seen on Libsyn.
- L., M. (2022, December 10). Yes, Teacher, You Should Be Panicking About AI. As seen on The Broken Copier.
- Stokel-Walker, C. (2022, December 09). AI bot ChatGPT writes smart essays — should professors worry? As seen on Nature, News Explainer, Article.
- Bailey, J. (2022, December 07). Why Teachers Are Worried About AI. As seen on Plagiarism Today.
- Marche, S. (2022, December 06). The College Essay Is Dead. As seen on TheAtlantic.com.
- Warner, J. (2022, December 05). Freaking Out About ChatGPT – Part I. As seen on Inside Higher Ed, Opinion, Blog.
5. Banning Artificial Intelligence
- Nolan, B. (2023, January 30). Here are the schools and colleges that have banned the use of ChatGPT over plagiarism and misinformation fears. As seen on Business Insider.
- Timothy, A. (2023, 28 Janvier). ChatGPT banned by New York University to prevent plagiarism. As seen on The PostMillennial- PM. American News.
- (2023, 28 Janvier). Top French university bans use of ChatGPT to prevent plagiarism. As seen on The Straits Times.
- Mok, A. (2023, January 19). The Princeton Student Who Built an APP to Detect ChatGPT Plagiarism Opposes Banning the Chatbot in Schools. As seen on Yahoo!Finance.
- Litchfield, T. (2023, January 07). NYC public schools have banned ChatGPT over cheating concerns, while the bot itself insists it is anti-plagiarism. As seen on PC Gamer.
- Quach, K. (2023, January 06). AI conference and NYC’s educators ban papers done by ChatGPT. As seen on The Register, this article proposes a reflection on the impact of the use of artificial intelligence, learning, relevance of sources, copyrights, content and the frantic speed with which we must adapt to it.
- Koplin, J. Hartherley, J. (2022, December 19). Guest Post: It has become possible to use cutting-edge AI language models to generate convincing high school and undergraduate essays. Here’s why that matters. As seen on Practical Ethics- Ethics in the News
- Gleason, N. (2022, December 09). ChatGPT and the rise of AI writers: how should higher education respond? As seen on THE Times Higher Education.
6. Cheaters already! Plagiarism and AI
- Stacey, S. (2023, February 18). 2 writers who get paid to produce assignments to let lazy students cheat suspect ChatGPT is stealing their customers. As seen on Business Insider, Tech.
- Bailey, J. (2023, February 16). The Definition of Plagiarism. as seen on PT – Plagiarism Today.
- Tutella, F. (2023, February 16) Beyond memorization: Text generators may plagiarize beyond ‘copy and paste’ Language models, possibly including ChatGPT, paraphrase and reuse ideas from training data without citing the source, raising plagiarism concerns. As seen on Penn State, Research.
- Bailey, J. (2023, February 14). 5 AI-Related Questions for Academia. As seen on PT – Plagiarism Today.
- Wen, A. (2023, February 13). ChatGPT and Plagiarism: Student Cheating Concerns May Be Overblown. As seen on Teen Vogue, Politics.
- Godin, S. (2023, January 29). The coming ubiquity. As seen on Seth’s Blog.
- Westfall, C. (2023, January 28). Educators Battle Plagiarism As 89% Of Students Admit To Using OpenAI’s ChatGPT For Homework. Tel que vu sur le site Forbes, Leadership, Careers.
- DePeau-Wilson, M. (2023, January 26). Is ChatGPT Becoming Synonymous With Plagiarism in Scientific Research? As seen on Medpage Today, Special Reports, Exclusives.
- Murphy Kelly, S. (2023, January 26). ChatGPT Passes Exams from Law and Business Schools. As seen on CNN Business.
- Gauntt, S. (2023, January 26). Artificial Intelligence Raises Plagiarism Concerns. As seen on The Campus Current, News, Showcase.
- Kifle, T. & Kler, P. (2023, January 25). Cut the Copying: Tips to Discourage Plagiarism. As seen on Times Higher Education, Campus.
- Burkhart, M. (2023, January 24). AI Program ChatGPT Presents Useful Resource to Students, Educators Warn Against Cheating. As see on Technicianonline.com.
- McEwen, R. (2023, January 22). Academic Papers Written by AI Get A Solid B – But Is It Cheating? As seen on the Toronto Star.
- Hern, A. (2022, Decembre 31). AI-assisted plagiarism? ChatGPT Bot Says it Has an Answer for That. As seen on The Guardian.
- News Desk. (2022, December 27). Plagiarism Expert Warns New AI App Will Be a Game Changer for Cheaters. As seen on The Global Herald.
- Rigolizzo, J. (2022, December 26). Artificial Intelligence Is the Future of Plagiarism, University Professor Warns. As seen on DailyWire.com.
- Allen, M. (2022, December 26). Professor Warns About Chatbot Cheating: “Expect a flood”. As seen on Axios AM.
- Susnjak, T. (2022, December 19) ChatGPT: The End of Online Exam Integrity? As seen on Arvix- Cornell University Computer Science-Artificial Intelligence.
- Peritz, A. (2022, September 09). Plagiarism: AI Is Making It Easier Than Ever for Students to Cheat. As seen on Science The Wire.
7. Integrate AI Into Your Pedagogy / Change Your Assessment
- Mills, A. and Goodlad, L. M. E. Critical AI: adapting college writing for the age of large language models such as ChatGPT: some next steps for educators. Licensed CC BY NC 4.0. As seen on Critical AI. Consulted 2023-03-06.
- Goodlad, L.M.E and Baker, S. (2023, February 20). Now the humanities can disrupt “AI”. As seen on Public Books, Higher Education.
- Associated Press. (2023, February 19). Amid ChatGPT Outcry, Some Teachers Are Inviting AI to Class. as seen on VOA News.
- Washington, J. (2023, February 15). You Can’t Use It To Plagiarize’: DVC Teachers Prepare to Adapt to Life with ChatGPT. As seen on The Inquirer Student Voice of Diablo Valley College.
- Rodriguez, M. (2023, February 04). AI, like ChatGPT, is creating teaching challenges on college campuses. As seen on Scripps News.
- Eaton, S. and Anselmo, L. (2023, January). Teaching and Learning with Artificial Intelligence Apps. With PUPP’s Expert, Sarah Eaton from University of Calgary. As seen on Taylor Institute University of Calgary.
- O’Brien, B. (2023, January 21). Reforming the Senior Cycle to allow for more continuous assessment has suddenly become a lot riskier thanks to this pioneering piece of AI. As seen on The Irish Times.
- Rid, T. (2023, January 22). Five Days in Class with ChatGPT. As seen on Alperovitch.
- Watkins, R. (2022, December 22). Update Your Course Syllabus for ChatGPT. As seen on Medium.com.
- Ullas, S. S. (2023, Januaray 18). Schools in Bengaluru reinvent homework to outsmart chatbot. As seen on The Time of India.
- Juliani, A.J. (2022, December 18). Teaching and Learning in the AI with John Warner. As seen on YouTube, Backwards Podcast episode with John Warner.
- James, A. (2023, January 17). Teachers VS. Artificial Intelligence as Chatbot Outsmarts Them in the Classroom. As seen on La Voce di New York.
- Academic Integrity. Pavela, G. (2023, January 16). Tags: Artificial Intelligence and pedagogy > Indexed under “Artificial intelligence and contract cheating” at https://goo.gl/auuTFP Gary Pavela Comment
- McMurtrie, B. (2023, January 05). Teaching: Will ChatGPT change the way you teach? Chronicle for Higher Education. As seen on Chronicle for Higher Education.
- McClennen, N. & Poth, R. (2022, December 16). Education Is About to Radically Change: AI for the Masses. As seen on Getting Smart.
- Bailey, J. (2022, December 07). Why Teachers Are Worried About AI. As seen on Plagiarism Today.
- McVey, C. (2022, December 05). POV: Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Writing at the University. Let’s Embrace It. As seen on BU Today.
- Warner, J. (2022, December 05). Freaking Out About ChatGPT – Part I. As seen on Inside Higher Ed.
- McKnight, L. (2022, October 14). Eight Ways to Engage with AI Writers in Higher Education. As seen on THE Times Higher Education.
- Ellis, E. (2022, August 31). The potential of artificial intelligence in assessment feedback. As seen on THE Times Higher Education.
- Webb, M. (2022, August 04). What’s Next for AI in Higher Education? As seen on THE Times Higher Education.
- AI and the University. As seen on THE Times Higher Education.
- Atkinson, D. (2022, July 12). Promoting the Importance of Academic Integrity through Thoughtful Pedagogic Materials Design. As seen on ICAI’s webpage.
- Stommel, J. (2021, June 11). Ungrading, an Introduction. As seen on Jesse Stommel.
8. Using Artificial Intelligence and Tools
- Bailey, J. (2023, March 09). Grammarly to Launch AI-Writing Tool. As seen on PT Plagiarism Today
- Shrivastava, R. (2023, March 09). Grammarly’s Generative AI Feature Will Soon Be Able to Write, Interpret and Edit Text. As seen on Forbes, Innovation, Editors’ Pick.
- Muscanell, N and Robert, J. (2023, February 14), EDUCAUSE QuickPoll Results: Did ChatGPT Write This Report? As seen on Educause Review.
- COPE. (2023, February 13). Authorship and AI tools. As seen on Cope.
- Stockel-Walter, C. and Van Noorden, R. (2023, February 06) What ChatGPT and generative AI mean for science. As seen on Nature, news feature, article.
- Johnson, A. (2023, February 06), Boost Your Career with ChatGPT. As seen on Windfall of Books.
- Parker, L, Acuña, D.,Toyama, K., Finlayson, M. and Green, C. (2023, January 11). AI and the Future of Work: 5 Experts on What ChatGPT, DALL-E and Other AI Tools Mean for Artists and Knowledge Workers. In this collaborating article seen on FIU (Florida International University) News, subjects like “Creativity for all – but loss of skills?” (Lynne Parker), “Potential inaccuracies, biases and plagiarism” (Daniel Acuña) , “Niche and ‘handmade’jobs will remain” (Kentaro Toyama), “Old jobs will go, new jobs will emerge” (Mark Finlayson) and “Leaps in technology lead to new skills” (Casey Green) are exposed.
- Shannon, K. [@ailearninglab]. (2023, January 04). Prompt Crafting. #PromptCrafting #PromptEngineering #StableDiffusion #MidJourney #Dalle #AIArtist #Trending #greenscreen. In this short TikTok video, Kyle Shannon explains that it is possible to create photos or paintings through promptcrafting and quickly shows all the information, concepts, artistic influences, emotions and mediums that the AI compiles to produce an artistic work.
- Schaefer, M. (2022, December 12). 20 Entertaining Uses of ChatGPT You Never Knew Were Possible. As seen on Medium.com.
- Khalid, Z. (2022, December 2022). The Top AI Writing Tools of 2023. As seen on Globe Echo.
- The AI Search Engine You Control: You.com.
9. General Articles On Artificial Intelligence
- Cullen, C. (2023, February 07). Artificial Intelligence: Friend, Foe, or Neither? As seen on ICAI International Center for Academic Integrity.
- Fried, I. (2023, February 6) Google details Bard, its ChatGPT rival. As seen on Axios.
- Bailey, J. (2023, January 03). The Big Copyright & Plagiarism Story of 2022 & 2023. As seen on PT – Plagiarism Today, Jonathan Bailey leads us to think about AI-generated creation, copyright and plagiarism.
- Spencer, J. (2022, December 09). Human Skills in A World of Artificial Intelligence. As seen on Spencerauthor.com.
- Kornwitz, J. (2018, January 18). Higher Ed Must Prepare Learners for AI Age. Artificial intelligence and training students for the job market. As seen on Northeastern Global News.
- EdTech. (2022, December 17). ChatGPT, Chatbots and Artificial Intelligence in Education. As seen on Ditch That Textbook.
10. Resources Pages On Artificial Intelligence
- Academic Integrity. Home [Facebook Group]. Facebook. 2023.
- Assessment for learning. NFER National Foundation for Educational Research. PDF consulted 2023-03-06.
- Curriculum. Day of AI. Cursus to explain AI from Ages 5-7 to 14+. Day of AI, Massachussetts Institute of Technology. Consulted 2023-03-06.
- AI Text Generators: Sources to Stimulate Discussion among Teachers. Compiled by Anna Mills for the Writing Across the Curriculum Clearinghouse as part of a larger resource collection: AI and Teaching Writing: Starting Points for Inquiry. Licensed CC BY NC 4.0.
11. Experts On Plagiarism and AI
- Moya, B.A., Eaton, S.E., Pethrick, H., Hayden, K.A., Brennan, R., Wiens, J., McDermott, B. & Lesage, J. (2023, January 28). Academic Integrity and Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education Contexts: A Rapid Scoping Review Protocol. Canadian Persepectives On Academic Integrity. Vol 5. No.2. PUPP’s Expert, Sarah Eaton from University of Calgary, Canada.
- Parnther, C. ( 2023, January 27). Chat GPT, artificial intelligence, and critical contemplation in education. PUPP’s Expert, Ceceilia Parnther from St-John’s Univeristy, USA.
- Eaton, S. & Anselmo, L. (2023, January). Teaching and Learning with Artificial Intelligence Apps. PUPP’s Expert, Sarah Eaton from University of Calgary, Canada.
- “Artificial Intelligence in Post-Secondary Education“. A CBC Listen Live Radio interview for Calgary Eyeopener with Loren McGinnis, Angela Knight and PUPP’s Expert, Sarah Eaton from University of Calgary, Canada.
- “How Will AI Affect Education? Part I“. Over-Throwing Education with the Areté Institute.
- Eaton, S. (2022, December 09). Sarah’s Thoughts: Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity. PUPP’s Expert, Sarah Eaton from University of Calgary, Canada.
- Pavlik, J.V. (2023, January 07). Collaborating With ChatGPT: Considering the Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence for Journalism and Media Education. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/10776958221149577.
- University of Calgary, Sarah Eaton. (2022). Artificial Intelligence an Academic Integrity: The Ethics of Teaching and Learing with Algorithm Writing Technologies. . PUPP’s Expert, Sarah Eaton from University of Calgary, Canada.
- Crothers, E., Japkowicz, N., & Viktor, H. (2022). Machine Generated Text: A Comprehensive Survey of Threat Models and Detection Methods. arXiv preprint arXiv:2210.07321.
- Hwang, Gwo-Jen and Chien, Shu-Yun (2022) Definition, roles, and potential research issues of the metaverse in education: An artificial intelligence perspective. Computers and Education: Artificial Intelligence, Volume 3, 2022, 100082. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.caeai.2022.100082 .
- Okonkwo, C.W and Ibijola, A.A (2021) Chatbots applications in education: A systematic review. Computers and Education: Artificial Intelligence, Volume 2, 202, 100033. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.caeai.2021.100033 .