US Universities Changing Their Studies Patterns Due to AI Chatbots Use 

US Universities Changing Their Studies Patterns Due to AI Chatbots Use 
US Universities Revamping their Syllabus to prevent ChatGPT use

Every AI tool invention comes with benefits and controversies. Same thing happening with ChatGPT-3. 

The use of AI Chatbots now becomes common in most US universities.  

Many Ivy League university students these days use AI tools like chat GPT for their assignments. This concerns many elite professors that students are not using their analytical thinking and depending on AI. 

A Philosophy Professor Antony Aumann at Northern Michigan University when viewing one of the essays of his student, he was impressed by his writing skills. 

But when he read the paragraph, which examines the morality of Burqa bans with clear examples and rigorous arguments, he quickly recognises that students used Chat GPT. 

Now universities changing their ways to redesign their courses for assignment purposes. 

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The Boom of Artificial Intelligence Tools 

US Universities Revamping their Studies Pattern due to AI tool Use

Open AI is a San Francisco-based company and one of the leading artificial intelligence laboratories.  

Its ChatGPT 3 is now ardently used in many universities and digital marketing companies, now they are building soon GPT-4, which can generate more text better than previous versions.  

Google has developed Lamda in response to ChatGPT-3.  

Silicon Valley startups include Stability AI and Characters.AI both of them working on generating AI tools. 

Universities in the US Taking Measures to Prevent the AI Tools Use 

US Universities Revamping their Studies Pattern due to AI tool Use

ChatGPT now becomes a hot topic of discussion in many universities. 

Many universities set up a task force and adds some detectors to prevent the use of Chat GPT. 

Universities like George Washington, Rutgers University in Brunswick, and Appalachian University in Boone professors now redesign their assignment structures.  

Now they are using different methods HomeWorks, handwritten work, group work, and oral exams for students to prevent them from using ChatGPT-3 

Frederick Luis Aldama, the humanities chair at the University of Texas at Austin said “he plans to teach newer or niche texts that ChatGPT may have less information about, such as B. William Shakespeare’s early sonnets instead of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The chatbot can motivate people who rely on canonical, primary texts to look beyond their comfort zone for things that aren’t online.” 

Mr. Aldama also said that they are also implementing strict measures to evaluate essays now essays are not just a thesis, an introduction, supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion. 

Now they want students to implement their creativity, imagination, and analysis in their essays. 

Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Vermont in Burlington are drafting revisions to their academic integrity policies to include artificially generated text in their plagiarism definitions. 

Some universities are planning to use AI detectors tools to detect AI tools use in colleges. 

Turnitin a plagiarism detection service adds that it’ll be adding more AI identification features this year that identify ChatGPT. 

Princeton University senior Edward Tian a creator of the GPTZero program quickly recognizes AI-generated text.

Harvard University, Yale University, the University of Rhode Island, and others have signed up for the GPTZeror program. 

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