We’ve heard a lot from the academic community about current and potential impacts of generative AI technologies like ChatGPT but what are their students saying, doing, thinking and predicting? I had a crack at a partial answer to that byContinue reading… Generative AI: Insights and Experiences from Students at UCL
Despite ongoing debates about whether so called large language models /generative language (and other media) tools are ‘proper’ AI (I’m sticking with the shorthand), my own approach to trying to make sense of the ‘what’, ‘how’, ‘why’ and ‘to whatContinue reading… Developing AI literacy – learning by fiddling
In this post I share two videos on generative AI including (of course) reference to ChatPT. These are designed for a general audience at UCL and will hopefully be of relevance to academic and professional service colleagues as well asContinue reading… Generative AI: Friend or Foe?
I like to think of myself as generally optimistic. Like everyone, I make jokes about the machines taking over but, by and large, I feel excited by the potentials of AI (whilst keeping one hand behind my back tightly grippingContinue reading… AI text generators (not chatGPT) on essays, citations and plagiarism
When I can, Friday afternoons are a good time to fiddle with things. EVERYONE it seems has been fiddling with the OpenAI ChatGPT this week and much larking about and amusement has been had with the churning out of mostlyContinue reading… AI and implications for HE assessment – my tuppence worth*
Listen (7 mins) or read (5 mins) Whether it’s non-existent problems, unscalable solutions or a lack of imagination, we need to be careful about what educational technology appears to promise. I have written before about how easy it is toContinue reading… Big Tech Headlights