BABL AI’s Chief Ethics Officer Delivers Insights on AI and Education in RadioStockdale Series

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Posted on 02/14/2024
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A series of in-depth interviews featuring BABL AI‘s Chief Ethics Officer, Jovana Davidovic, and RadioStockdale has concluded. These discussions unfolded on the RadioStockdale podcast, produced by the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership at the U.S. Naval Academy and hosted by USNA graduate Michael Shear.  Spanning three episodes, the insightful conversations provided valuable insights into various AI topics.

 

While you can explore details about the first two episodes HERE, the third and final episode, which you can listen to HERE, focuses on Davidovic’s exploration of the intersection between AI and education, particularly addressing the widespread issue of plagiarism. In this episode, she delves into the implications of AI tools, such as Large Language Models (LLMs) and Generative AI, on academic integrity. Drawing upon her expertise in philosophy, ethics, and AI, Dr. Davidovic offers valuable insights into addressing plagiarism concerns within educational settings.

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