Overview of ways to get AI to do practical things. This overview describes plainly how large language models like ChatGPT are not search engines, speculative like Alexa, nor can they provide informed opinions. But they do have uses.
2023, May: Includes foundation principles on ethical and equitable AI policies, perspectives on AI, how AI enables and expands learning, how to use AI in teaching, formative assessment, and research and development.
From OpenAI: We’re sharing a few stories of how educators are using ChatGPT to accelerate student learning and some prompts to help educators get started with the tool. New FAQ contains additional resources from leading education organizations on how to teach with and about AI, examples of new AI-powered education tools, and answers to frequently asked questions from educators about things like how ChatGPT works, its limitations, the efficacy of AI detectors, and bias.
The Daily-AI workshop, designed by MIT educators and experienced facilitators, features hands-on and computer-based activities on AI concepts, ethical issues in AI, creative expression using AI, and how AI relates to your future.
Features a chapter from Sandy Hervieux and Amanda Wheatley’s edited collection, The Rise of AI: Implications and Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Academic Libraries (ACRL, 2022). Written by the editors themselves and licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0, this chapter, “Separating Artificial Intelligence from Science Fiction: Creating an Academic Library Workshop Series on AI Literacy,” outlines how the McGill University Library created a workshop series on AI literacy, ethics and bias, and its use in research.