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AI and Academic Use Roundtable

STEM Teaching & Learning Facility (642 Red Cedar Rd.), room 1130 (auditorium)

September 22, 2023

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Friday, September 22
4:00 – 5:30PM
STEM Teaching & Learning facility (642 Red Cedar Rd.), room 1130 (auditorium)

There’s a new section on your class syllabi: a statement of acceptable use for generative AI algorithms like ChatGPT. Is it ok to use it to generate a draft outline? a whole essay? a polished and proofread version? What’s the difference between ChatGPT proofreading your paper and running it through AutoCorrect or Grammarly? Generative AI tools are exploding in accessibility and sophistication since the end of last semester, and they have implications in all areas of higher education, from content creation and plagiarism detection to personalization in learning. The MSU Museum CoLab Studio and the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures (WRAC) invite you to join the conversation about the pros and cons of these tools, and the ethics of their use. [Disclaimer: We used ChatGPT to write the first draft of this text!]

This conversation is part of the Prompt Response pop-up exhibition by the MSU Museum CoLab Studio, and is co-sponsored by WRAC.