AI Generators in the news

This page is an curated list of articles and videos related to artificial intelligence generating tools and teaching. When available, USC Libraries links have been included.


Articles and videos on AI Generators in Teaching

Alby, Cynthia. “ChatGPT: A Must-See Before the Semester Begins.” Faculty Focus. January 9, 2023. 

Belikin, Douglas. “Professors Turn to ChatGPT to Teach Students a Lesson.” Wall Street Journal. January 25, 2023.

Brodsky, Sascha. “How AI Could Fake Papers and Wreck the Scientific Process: A question of authenticity.” Lifewire. December 1, 2022.

D’Agostino, Susan. “ChatGPT Advice Academics Can Use Now.” Inside Higher Ed. January 12, 2023.

Driehaus, Emily. “Here’s How Art Schools Are Dealing With The Rise of AI Generators.” Vice. January 24, 2023.

Grobe, Christopher. “Why I am not scared of ChatGPT.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. January 18, 2023. USC Libraries link.

Huang, Kalley. “Alarmed by A.I. Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach.” The New York Times. January 16, 2023. USC Libraries link.

Hughes, Alex. “ChatGPT: Everything you need to know about OpenAI’s GPT-3 tool.” BBC Science Focus. January 16, 2023.

McMurtrie, Beth. “AI and the Future of Academic Writing.” Chronicle of Higher Education. December 13, 2022. USC Libraries link.

ChatGPT does Physics, Sixty Symbols, January 23, 2023
Cheating With ChatGPT: Can OpenAI’s Chatbot Pass AP Lit? , Wall Street Journal, December 21, 2023

Academic journal articles

Chang, C. Y., Kuo, S. Y., & Hwang, G. H. (2022). Chatbot-facilitated Nursing Education. Educational Technology & Society25(1), 15-27. USC Libraries link.

Gao, C. A., Howard, F. M., Markov, N. S., Dyer, E. C., Ramesh, S., Luo, Y., & Pearson, A. T. (2022). Comparing scientific abstracts generated by ChatGPT to original abstracts using an artificial intelligence output detector, plagiarism detector, and blinded human reviewers. bioRxiv, 2022-12. USC Libraries link.

Hsu, T. C., Huang, H. L., Hwang, G. J., & Chen, M. S. (2023). Effects of Incorporating an Expert Decision-making Mechanism into Chatbots on Students’ Achievement, Enjoyment, and Anxiety. Educational Technology & Society26(1), 218-231. USC Libraries link.

Huang, W., Hew, K. F., & Fryer, L. K. (2022). Chatbots for language learning—Are they really useful? A systematic review of chatbot‐supported language learning. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning38(1), 237-257. USC Libraries link.

Kim, J., Shin, S., Bae, K., Oh, S., Park, E., & del Pobil, A. P. (2020). Can AI be a content generator? Effects of content generators and information delivery methods on the psychology of content consumers. Telematics and Informatics55, 101452. USC Libraries link.

Malik, S. I., Ashfaque, M. W., Mathew, R., Jabbar, J., Al-Nuaimi, R. S., & Alsideiri, A. (2022). Fostering the Learning Process in a Programming Course With a Chatbot. International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design (IJOPCD)12(1), 1-17.

Pavlik, J. V. (2023). Collaborating With ChatGPT: Considering the Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence for Journalism and Media Education. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 10776958221149577. USC Libraries link.


General information on AI Generators

Advances in artificial intelligence raise new ethics concerns, PBS NewsHour, January 10, 2023
ChatGPT, Explained: What to Know About OpenAI’s Chatbot | Tech News Briefing Podcast, Wall Street Journal, December 7, 2022
Art created by artificial intelligence, CBS Sunday Morning, January 15, 2023.
CET is here to support your teaching and course design.
Schedule a consultation or ask us a question!

Contact Us

Institutes

CET institutes engage faculty in advancing their knowledge of scholarly approaches to teaching excellence.

Learn More

Services

CET promotes a vibrant culture of teaching and learning with consults, Faculty Learning Communities, and the Mentored Teaching Fellows program.

Learn More

Resources

Explore resources related to course design, evaluation, and instruction.

Learn More