When ChatGPT helps with the exam – a podcast episode about AI in studies
Will students have their theses written by AI in the future? How are universities dealing with this? And how does technology help lecturers with their teaching content? These are just a few of the questions addressed by the guests in the latest episode
Since the Corona Pandemic, university teaching has changed rapidly. Distance learning and virtual exams have become possible. And for some time now, artificial intelligence has also been increasingly influencing studies – not only language models like Chat GPT but also other tools that can do programming, for example. This technology is already widespread and can no longer be excluded from the teaching context, while also (still) making many mistakes. Nevertheless, the use of AI must be integrated into teaching content – but how?
Prof. Dr. Annett Laube and Prof. Reto Jud talk about this topic. Annett Laube heads the Institute for Data Applications and Security at the Department of Technology and Computer Science at Bern University of Applied Sciences. She conducts research on IT security and privacy and teaches in the Bachelor of Computer Science. Reto Jud heads the Bachelor ‘s and Master ‘s degree programmes in Business Information Systems at the Department of Business. He is also responsible for digital teaching