Artificial Intelligence, assessment and academic Integrity

Below you can read more about LSE's current approaches to issues raised by the potential and evolving impact of generative Artificial Intelligence tools on assessment, education and academic integrity.

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Working group on Artifical Intelligence, assessment and academic integrity

Details of working group

New developments in generative Artificial Intelligence tools present potential challenges to academic integrity as well opportunities for creative advancements in teaching, learning and assessment. In response Professor Emma McCoy, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education and Dr Claire Gordon, Director, Eden Centre have formed a working group with members of academic and professional and student partners to explore the potential impact and develop effective solutions. Regular updates will be shared here when available.