AI-powered chatbots, designed ethically, can support high-quality university teaching

AI-powered chatbots, designed ethically, can support high-quality university teaching


Publication Title
The Conversation
Publication/Creation Date
January 2 2022
Creators/Contributors
Nadia Naffi (creator)
Ann-Louise Davidson (creator)
Auxane Boch (creator)
Bruno Kesangana Nandaba (creator)
Mehdi Rougui (creator)
Laval University (contributor)
Concordia University (contributor)
Technical University Munich (contributor)
University Of Buckingham (contributor)
Institute For Ethical AI In Education (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Academic
Description
"While COVID-19 forced an emergency transformation to online learning at universities, learning how to teach efficiently and effectively online using different platforms and tools is a positive addition to education and is here to stay.

To sustain this beneficial evolution and ensure quality education, universities should focus on supporting faculty to embrace and lead the change."

HCI Platform
Other
Marketing Keywords
Source
https://theconversation.com/ai-powered-chatbots-designed-ethically-can-support-high-quality-university-teaching-172719

Date archived
January 17 2022
Last edited
January 17 2022
How to cite this entry
Nadia Naffi, Ann-Louise Davidson, Auxane Boch, Bruno Kesangana Nandaba, Mehdi Rougui. (January 2 2022). "AI-powered chatbots, designed ethically, can support high-quality university teaching". The Conversation. Academic Journalism Society. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/5631