Teaching & Learning AI Digest March 2024

Vol. 1, Issue 3  |  March 2024

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Welcome to the March Teaching & Learning AI Digest. Below are exciting stories about the evolution of AI in our classrooms, labs, campus community and around the world, all curated by the team at Purdue University’s Innovation Hub.


Purdue University faculty, staff and students have access to GPT-4 through Microsoft Copilot with Data Protection. Previously branded Bing Chat Enterprise (BCE), Copilot with Data Protection ensures that user and organizational data is protected.
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As artificial intelligence (AI) starts popping up throughout higher education, Purdue instructors are getting ahead of the curve by discussing how they can include AI in their courses; some of these conversations have taken place during Teaching and Learning Community of Practice (TLCoP) meetings.
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Other Stories of AI @ Purdue


Purdue Expert: ChatGPT Code

Tianyi Zhang, assistant professor of computer science, goes over the accuracy of ChatGPT and how the AI tool could impact the field of computer science.

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AI modeling earns NIH grant for Purdue professor in Indianapolis

Snehasis Mukhopadhyay, a Purdue computer and information science professor in Indianapolis, is working to prevent unnecessary medical care and surgeries with artificial intelligence.

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Research Worth Reading


Artifacts or Abduction: How Do LLMs Answer Multiple-Choice Questions Without the Question? 

See whether your course’s multiple-choice questions can be easily answered by LLMs

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ChatGPT and Biometrics: An Assessment of Face Recognition, Gender Detection and Age Estimation Capabilities

Discover how multi-modal LLMs are very skilled at identifying faces, despite guardrails

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Linguistic Comparison Between Human and ChatGPT-generated Conversations

Learn how LLM output compares to humans in analytical thinking, social behaviors and emotional tone

Artificial Intelligence and Illusions of Understanding in Scientific Research

Explore how AI will impact the future work of scholars and educators

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