The 2022 release of ChatGPT, a powerful artificial intelligent chatbot that simulates human conversation and writing, has generated new possibilities (and concerns) in the way students can use AI to access information and generate responses to academic tasks. You are invited to join a virtual panel discussion consisting of experts from the College of Computing and from the Office of Student Integrity who will offer their insights on the implications of ChatGPT for Georgia Tech faculty. Panelists will discuss ways that ChatGPT may impact academic integrity, how faculty can mitigate risks posed by ChatGPT through evaluation of student work and develop more valid and authentic assessment plans that are not prone to plagiarism.
The panel discussion will be on Friday, February 10th from 11:00-12:00 via Zoom. Registrants will receive the Zoom link to join.
The event is Co-hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the College of Computing and will include:
Betsy DiSalvo, Ph.D. Interim Chair, School of Interactive Computing
David Joyner, Ph.D. Executive Director, Online Education & OMSCS, College of Computing
Andrew Lawrence, Assistant Director, Office of Student Integrity
Mark Moss, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer, School of Computing Instruction
Wei Xu, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, School of Interactive Computing
If you plan to attend, please complete this registration form: