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Colleges scramble to ‘ChatGPT-proof’ classes as some professors report ‘dozens’ of cheating students

  • Educators are grappling with the increasing use of AI chatbots like ChatGPT for cheating in college courses, causing them to rethink how they assess students.
  • Detecting AI cheating is challenging as AI-generated text is unique each time, and current plagiarism detection tools are unreliable in identifying chatbot-generated text.
  • Some instructors are reverting to paper exams, requiring students to show drafts, or personalizing assignments to combat the rise in AI cheating, while others believe cheating has always existed in various forms.
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