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It’s easy to fake engagement with a subject – Dominik Lukeš on AI in Higher Education Pedagogy

14. September 2023
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It’s easy to fake engagement with a subject - Dominik Lukeš on AI in Higher Education Pedagogy
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In the sixth episode of our podcast, Birgit Hawelka talks to Dominik Lukeš (University of Oxford) about how artificial intelligence could affect the future of university teaching.

Dominik’s core role at the University is to research and educate people in how technology can make them more productive in reading, writing, and organisation. He is also closely involved with efforts to improve digital accessibility. His newsletter on AI in academic practice is published every two weeks.

Time Stamps

00:54How intelligent is artificial intelligence?
06:58Does ChatGPT learn while we use it?
09:26 How much should we trust the information ChatGPT provides?
15:04In what way can ChatGPT support academic work?
17:17Is ChatGPT actually able to write proper essays?
23:57What should we keep in mind when formulating prompts?
26:33What steps could be taken to ensure a responsible and effective use of ChatGPT in higher education pedagogy?

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Suggestion for citation of this blog post: Hawelka, B. (2023, September 14). It’s easy to fake engagement with a subject – Dominik Lukeš on AI in Higher Education Pedagogy. Lehrblick – ZHW Uni Regensburg. https://doi.org/10.5283/ZHW.20230914.EN

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Birgit Hawelka
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