Artificial intelligence – new learning resource for students

April 25th, 2023

The Learning Development team within Libraries has created a new learning resource for students that covers the appropriate use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools such as ChatGPT.

The course takes just 10 minutes to complete and details some of the primary limitations of artificial intelligence tools – including their probability-based text generation model, inherent ethical concerns, as well as their engrained biases.

In addition, the guidance outlines some ways that the tools might be used constructively to support students’ learning.

View the guidance

This resource has been shared with students, and colleagues are advised to refer to it in conversations with students where appropriate. Please do it share it where you are able.

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