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I spy with my little AI: Four ways to improve your approach to chatbots

Carly Santore February 10, 2024
Navigating the ins and outs of this new technology in an academic setting can be tricky. Students with access to these tools have to balance the desire to use AI to assist with their work while also trying not to cross the line of academic dishonesty. With this in mind, how can students utilize AI technology in 2024?
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A graphic illustrating a computer in the kitchen with AI elements. ILLUSTRATED BY JERRY WEINTRAUB/THE STATESMAN

It’s time to welcome AI in the kitchen and here’s how

Justin Lee January 28, 2024
The future of artificial intelligence (AI) is upon us, so why not welcome it into the kitchen? Softwares such as ChatGPT can do way more than cripple academic honesty. It can be a useful tool in the kitchen, offering insights and smoothing the cooking process.
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An AI generated artwork depicting a robot writing an article about artificial intelligence in the journalism. MACKENZIE YADDAW/THE STATESMAN

ChatGPT’s ‘reporting’ on the future of AI in journalism

ChatGPT and Viola Flowers November 19, 2023
Write me a 1,000 word news article about artificial intelligence in the journalism industry.
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Can AI lead to the spread of fascist agendas?

Aloki Pandya November 19, 2023
Artificial intelligence (AI) has quickly become a prolific aspect of modern daily life, from AI learning tools like ChatGPT and Grammarly to embedded AI features in Google and Snapchat. As AI’s utilization becomes increasingly widespread, discussions should be held surrounding the implications of using such tools.
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The new form of plagiarism that is stumping professors: ChatGPT

Si Hui Zheng September 17, 2023
Some university scholars are concerned about the risk ChatGPT poses on students who are tempted to commit academic dishonesty, while others perceive its potential to transform the classroom and assist students with limited resources.
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Kenny Spurrell and Tim Giorlando ride bikes to mimic Oliver and Elio from Call Me By Your Name. ILLUSTRATED AND PHOTO BY KAT PROCACCI

On-screen couples breaking stereotypes: a reenactment

Katherine Procacci and Maria Lynders March 26, 2023
Historically, on-screen romance hasn’t always represented real life. But in recent years, movies and TV shows have portrayed relationships that have broken social stereotypes, becoming a bit more realistic.
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