Reports on the series "Living, Learning, and Writing with AI: ChatGPT and the Consequences"

The discussion series on the opportunities and risks of self-learning dialogue systems started in summer 2023. Our university corporate communications team reports.

In the fall of 2022, ChatGPT made it obvious to the general public for the first time what effect the spread of self-learning machines can have. The language capability of this self-learning dialogue system has advanced to the point where it could act as a learning coach, or even a full-fledged ghostwriter at some point. What are the implications for universities and schools? What approaches help to deal with this innovation appropriately? In a total of three discussion events, we dare to take a look into the near future with experts.

The following discussions have taken place:

Learning coach or ghostwriter? Academic work in the age of AI chatbots [DE]

Panel with Dr. Simone Rehm, Prof. Katharina Hölzle, Jun.-Prof. Amrei Bahr, Prof. Steffen Becker, the student representative Laura Wansitler and Dr. Thilo Hagendorff.

Report: Lebendige Debatte über KI-Chatbots und akademisches Arbeiten [DE]

Bots and Teachers - How is AI Changing Schools?

Panel with: PD Dr. Felix Heidenreich, Ruben Schäfauer, Florian Nuxoll, Jun.-Prof. Maria Wirzberger, and Irmi Mühlhuber.

Report: How is AI changing schools?

A series of panel discussions by IZKT and IRIS of the University of Stuttgart in cooperation with the Stuttgart Public Library, accompanied by the Prorector for Information Technology Dr. Simone Rehm.

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