Two new AI-focused education resources have been released. OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, has released a new “Teaching with AI” resource that includes an explanation of how the software works, outlines ChatGPT’s limitations and issues with bias, and suggests prompts for how to teach with the application. Additionally, eCampus News reports that Kathryn Conrad (University of Kansas) has released a “sneak preview” of her “Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights in Education,” which will be published in February 2024. The blueprint touches on a set of proposed rights and supports for educators and students regarding the use of AI. Conrad states that universities cannot ignore AI and that they have the potential to lead the way to a better, more ethical future.