Professors now fear that ignoring or discouraging the use of AI “will be a disservice to students and leave many behind when entering the workforce,” reports CNN:

According to a study conducted by higher education research group, about 30% of college students used ChatGPT for schoolwork this past academic year and it was used most in English classes. Jules White, an associate professor of computer science at Vanderbilt University, believes professors should be explicit in the first few days of school about the course’s stance on using AI and that it should be included it in the syllabus. “It cannot be ignored,” he said. “I think it’s incredibly important for students, faculty and alumni to become experts in AI because it will be so transformative across every industry in demand so we provide the right training.”

Vanderbilt is among the early leaders taking a strong stance in support of generative

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