As artificial intelligence invades academics, educators are arming themselves with new tools to detect what comes from a student and what is written by a machine.
Brandon Elliott, a Moorpark College music professor and city arts commissioner, said the use of AI in the classroom is an ongoing discussion among faculty.
Services like ChatGPT can generate entire academic papers and it’s becoming increasingly common, Elliott said.
“Faculty have tools to detect AI-created academic p...
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