VERMILLION, S.D.(WNAX)- Online software, like CHAT-GPT, that uses artificial intelligence to write reports is presenting a challenge to higher education.
University of South Dakota Law School Dean Neil Fulton says they are becoming more aware of the potential.
Fulton says they aren’t sure if their anti-plagiarism software would catch the use of A.I. products.
Fulton says they haven’t talked specifically about the use of A.I. with their students yet.
The software uses active algorithms to change and improve its output as people interact with it.