Examining the potential of AI programs to change SK postsecondary landscape


In a recent Global News article, Andrew Benson discusses the ways that AI technology could change the postsecondary landscape in Saskatchewan. Some professors are already using ChatGPT for help with their own work. “Personally, I’ve been using it for just about everything,” said University of Regina professor Alec Couros. “Emails, discussions with students, and developing lessons.” Couros noted that AI has a great teaching and learning potential as it can support the personalization of student experiences and development of better assessments and feedback. University of Saskatchewan professor Eric Neufeld noted the power of AI technology and commented on how student overreliance on the tool could result in challenges in the future when the student needs to demonstrate their skills or be creative.

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