More Universities Embrace AI, Goodnotes Builds a "Student Safe" AI Model & AI-Detection Technology Fails [Again]
Key developments in the world of AI & education this month
Hello, Fellow Learning Futurists 👋
It’s great to have you here.
It’s been another wild month in the world of AI & education. Since the last edition of Learning Futures:
The folks at Zoom have updated their AI service agreement, raising big questions and concerns about its use in the classroom.
New York University (NYU) has established an AI ethics-related program with a grant from OpenAI, potentially marking the start of a new generation of AI-related education, funded by technology companies.
Arizona State University’s Law Department has confirmed it will allow the use of AI among both prospective and existing students, setting an interesting precedent in the higher ed sector.
AI writing detectors, like GPTZero, have caused yet more concern, this time by incorrectly labelling human-written text as AI-generated.
Goodnotes has released AI-powered features using a “student safe” data model (not OpenAI…).
As ever, in this month’s digest I’ll keep you ahead of the curve by summarising the key AI-Education developments in the last month and sharing my reflections on what they mean for educators and the world of education.
Let’s go! 🚀