Students, researchers and teachers, like most Europeans, use technological tools and digital media on a daily basis. Avoiding the use of mobile phones, tablets, laptops, game consoles and other technologies has become almost impossible, whether for educational, professional or entertainment purposes.
Last November, the Council of Europe published a study entitled Artificial Intelligence and Education, a critical view through the lens of human rights, democracy and the rule of law.
With the advent of ChatGPT, we felt that something very important was happening and that our lives would never be the same again. Although it is generally pointed out that artificial intelligence (AI) brings both challenges and opportunities, it seems that in recent weeks the balance has shifted decisively to the side of concerns, signaling a high level accountability for those working with AI. Moreover, as the Council of Europe report states, “AI ethics is necessary but not sufficient for AI in education”.
The session [email protected] of Europe on Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity held on 26 April 2023 addressed the issue from an ethical perspective.
Session program [email protected] of Europe on artificial intelligence and academic integrity
Biographies of the speakers
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