The Ethics of AI in the Class Room and the Lab

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Biddeford Campus (Bush Center Board Room), Online (Way to watch)
Thomas M. Powers, PhD Director, Center for Science, Ethics & Public Policy Associate Professor Department of Philosophy and Biden School of Public Policy & Administration University of Delaware
The session will be recorded for those who cannot attend.
You’re invited to a lecture by Thomas Powers, Ph.D., who
will examine the ethics of artificial intelligence. Powers
will discuss ethical and conceptual issues in the context of
research misconduct — data fabrication, falsification and
plagiarism — and address how the traditional definitions
and guidelines of this misconduct become problematic
when generative algorithms are involved in producing both
course-required and scholarly content.