The rapid advancement in technology brings both opportunities and challenges to the higher education sector, none the least those tools that use artificial intelligence to generate content. As ChatGPT and similar online AI tools grow in popularity, how can HE assessors validate the authenticity of students’ work and ensure parity of grading and awards? How can we use AI as a positive means of identifying plagiarism? How can AI be used to support the analysis of research datasets?
By way of a keynote, case studies and peer-led presentations, this symposium aims to answer these questions and explore the impact of AI, both positive and negative on Teaching and Learning in HE.