S01E07 - Dr Lynn Gribble - Artificial Intelligence
In this special AI episode of the Tel Tales podcast, Associate Professor Lynn Gribble discusses the impact of artificial intelligence in higher education, and how assessment can be adapted to become more authentic for our students.
Associate Professor Lynn Gribble is an Education Focused academic in the School of Management and Governance at The University of New South Wales Sydney. Awarded an AAUT citation for her leadership and impact as a digital innovator, she has taught management to large classes of Master of Business Administration and Master of Commerce students for 15+ years and has pioneered the use of voice recordings, audience response platforms and learning analytics to personalise every interaction with her students, increasing both their engagement and learning outcomes. Lynn co-leads Communities of Practice in Online Learning and Innovation, and the 4Cs (A Strategic Approach to Impact) and is a Senior Fellow of the Advance HE UK.
You can read two recent recently published blog posts that Lynn has written on the impact of AI in higher education here…
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There’s no doubt Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have a huge impact on the future of education and assessment. I can’t think of a day that has gone past over the past few months where some form of AI chat hasn’t started within the office, often causing a healthy level of debate. From the outrage of academics that students are using AI to generate degree-level work to the supposed “arms race” of technology companies to be the first to detect AI. There’s no end to topics of conversation on the moral, technical, ethical and legal issues surrounding AI.
With the TEL Tales Podcast due to re-launch in the coming months, we thought it would be good to put AI to the test. Could we create an entire podcast episode from AI? Would it matter that it was AI generated? Is this even possible?
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