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The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Higher Education

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionized the way legal studies are taught at the University of Louisville. Professor Susan Tanner, who teaches Legal Processing at the Brandeis School of Law, believes that AI, particularly the Chat GPT technology, can assist both students and educators. AI is no longer considered illegal and is often recommended for collaboration in certain courses.

“I can imagine that if someone had told a student three years ago that there would be a technology that could write papers for them, the only thing they could have imagined is that it would be cheating,” said Dr. Tanner. Times have changed, and AI is now permitted and even encouraged in some cases within the framework of the course.

Dr. Tanner emphasizes that AI is a tool, and it depends on the user to explore and perfect it. Currently, she teaches approximately 50 students, and only about half of them regularly utilize the technology. However, she believes that in the coming years, more students and professors will embrace AI. “I believe that in one or two years, we will use it like other technologies, such as Word. It will be like a spell check that we simply expect to have,” the professor said.

Dr. Tanner and her team are developing an AI tool that will help educators incorporate AI into their curriculum for legal processing. The tool is expected to be ready within the next six months.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1. How long has Professor Susan Tanner been using artificial intelligence?
Professor Susan Tanner has been using artificial intelligence for approximately one year.

2. What is Dr. Tanner’s opinion on artificial intelligence?
Dr. Tanner believes that artificial intelligence is a tool and it depends on the user to explore and perfect it.

3. What is the AI tool being developed by Dr. Tanner’s team?
Dr. Tanner and her team are developing an AI tool that will help educators incorporate AI into their curriculum for legal processing.

4. When is the AI tool expected to be available?
The AI tool is expected to be available within the next six months.

5. What is Dr. Tanner’s opinion on the acceptance of AI by students and professors?
Dr. Tanner believes that in the coming years, more students and professors will embrace AI and use it regularly.

Definitions and Interpretations:
– Artificial Intelligence (AI): A computer system that allows machines and computers to mimic human cognitive functions and perform tasks that require human intelligence.

Recommended Links:
– University of Louisville
– Brandeis School of Law

Sources:
– [University of Louisville](https://www.louisville.edu/)
– [Brandeis School of Law](https://www.law.louisville.edu/)