Generative artificial intelligence (also generative AI or GenAI[1]) is artificial intelligence capable of generating text, images, or other media, using generative models.[2][3][4] Generative AI models learn the patterns and structure of their input training data and then generate new data that has similar characteristics.[5][6] Some of these tools can effectively generate various types of text (ChatGPT, Jasper), computer code (GitHub, Copilot), equations (Wolfram), scientific papers with references (Elicit), or images (DALL-E, Midjourney).

Convened in February 2023, the AI working group has been working to help identify opportunities and challenges related to generative AI in teaching and learning and propose recommendations and guidelines for Carleton’s teaching and learning community.

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TLS is offering an ongoing spotlight series on Generative AI developments and practice in Teaching and Learning. Please visit our TLS Events page for upcoming webinars and workshops.


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