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DWHP 3200 - Fall 2024: Using AI Tools

UIW's Academic Integrity Policy

Avoiding Plagiarism

Plagiarism is defined by the University of the Incarnate Word as the "appropriation of another’s work and the unacknowledged incorporation of that work in one’s own written work offered for credit." This applies to using another human's work or anything created by generative AI (GenAI) tools like ChatGPT and Perplexity.

Use GenAL tools with caution. They are not always right. They are not a substitute for your critical thinking skills.

In the chart below, note the different levels of appropriate use of GenAI tools. Be sure to find out if your instructor authorizes you to use GenAI in your class assignments, to what extent you can use it, and if you need to disclose that in the finished product.

 

A guide for students: should I use AI. why do you want to use an AI tool.

Articles about AI and ChatGPT

AI Is Exciting – and an Ethical Minefield: 4 Essential Reads on the Risks and Concerns about This Technology.The Conversation: An Independent Source of Analysis from Academic Researchers, 1st ed., The Conversation, 2018.

Altman, Roy. “What You Need to Know about A.I." Saturday Evening Post, vol. 295, no. 4, July 2023, pp. 30–32.

Andersen, Ross. "Does Sam Altman Know What He's Creating?" The Atlantic, 1 Sept. 2023.

Ball, Philip. "ChatGPT Is a Mirror of Our Times." Nautilus, 17 Jan. 2023.

Bose, Shubhomita. "Jasper AI vs. Chat GPT." Newstex Blogs Small Business Trends, 2 Aug. 2023.

"ChatGPT Dragged to US Court 10." Slogan, 28, no. 8, 31 Aug. 2023.

"Chat GPT Fails Programming Exam." CE Noticias Financieras English, 12 Aug. 2023.

ChatGPT-Reshaping Medical Education and Clinical Management.Pulse International, vol. 24, no. 9, May 2023, pp. 1–19.

"Chat GPT-3 Has the Same "Reasoning" Capacity as a University Student." CE Noticias Financieras English, 31 July 2023.

Chen, Brian X. “A.I. Bots Are So Much Better When You Use This Little Tip.New York Times, vol. 172, no. 59860, 25 July 2023, pp. B1–4.

Day, Kathleen. "Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: Does Generative AI Violate Copyright Law?" CQ Researcher, 21 Apr. 2023. 

Denning, Peter J. “The Profession of IT: Can Generative AI Bots Be Trusted?Communications of the ACM, vol. 66, no. 6, June 2023, pp. 24–27.

Half of Secondary School Teachers Think Benefits of Generative AI Outweigh the Risks.Education Journal, no. 527, June 2023, pp. 13–14.

Jelen, Bill. "How Well Does ChatGPT Know Excel?" Strategic Finance, 1 Mar. 2023.

Lopezosa, Carlos, et al. “Use of Generative Artificial Intelligence in the Training of Journalists: Challenges, Uses and Training Proposal.El Profesional de La Información, vol. 32, no. 4, July 2023, pp. 1–12.

Lum, Zacary C. "Can Artificial Intelligence Pass the American Board of Orthopadic Surgery Examination? Orthopaedic Residents Versus ChatGPT." Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, vol. 481, no. 8, pp. 1623-30, August 2023.

MacIsaac, Dan. "Chatbots Attempt Physics Homework-ChatGPT: Chat Generative Pre-Trained Transformer." The Physics Teacher, vol. 61, no. 4, Apr. 2023, p. 318.

Manjoo, Farhad. “Already, ChatGPT Is Changing How I Do My Job.New York Times, vol. 172, no. 59767, 23 Apr. 2023, pp. 4–5.

McClure, Tess. "Supermarket AI Meal Planner App Suggests Recipe That Would Create Chlorine Gas." The Guardian, 10 Aug. 2023.

Mickle, Tripp, et al. “ChatGPT Convulses Big Tech With Its Promise and Its Peril.New York Times, vol. 172, no. 59722, 9 Mar. 2023, pp. A1–21.

Morrison, Sara. "Is the ChatGPT and AI Boom Already Over?" Vox, 19 Aug. 2023.

Nicole Ocasio. "10 Places to Get Awesome Chat GPT Prompts." Newstex Blogs Small Business Trends, July 25, 2023. 

"Parkinson's Disease Could Be Detected Early with AI Scans, Scientists Say." BBC News, 22 Aug. 2023.

Savage, Neil. “The Rise of the Chatbots: How Do We Keep Track of the Truth When Bots Are Becoming Increasingly Skilled Liars?Communications of the ACM, vol. 66, no. 7, July 2023, pp. 16–17.

Stokel-Walker, Chris. “Test Using Capital Letters Easily Sorts AIs from Humans.New Scientist, vol. 258, no. 3441, June 2023, p. 11.

Taylor, Steven T. “Taylor’s Perspective ... Pros & Cons of ChatGPT for Law Firms According to ... ChatGPT.Of Counsel, vol. 42, no. 4, Apr. 2023, pp. 3–4.

Teel, Zoë, et al. “ChatGPT Conundrums: Probing Plagiarism and Parroting Problems in Higher Education Practices.College & Research Libraries News, vol. 84, no. 6, June 2023, pp. 205–08.

Wicker, Marci. “A Q&A With ChatGPT About Inclusivity.Information Today, vol. 40, no. 3, Apr. 2023, pp. 14–16.

"Words That Make a Difference: Keys to Creating Effective Prompts in GPT Chat". CE Noticias Financieras English, 17 Aug. 2023.

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