How Artificial Intellegence impact higher education

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(KELO)- From the Congressional hearing rooms in Washington to the plains in South Dakota, alarm bells are going off on the potential problems related to technology…especially on the subject of Artificial Intelligence.

In the field of higher education the issue of academic integrity is being sorely tested.

SDSU Vice Provost Dr. Victor Taylor says there’s no reliable way to detect when A-I has been used to generate responses and materials submitted by students.

Dakota State University President Jose Marie Griffiths shares those concerns.

Dr. Griffiths says the positive and negative uses of A-I have become like a race.