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Broadening horizons: AI beyond plagiarism

Horia Onița, Iris Kimizoglu, Tamara Ciobanu


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Over the past months, the emergence of generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools available to the public has shaken up the higher education landscape. To this day, reactions to generative AI differ vastly, with some portraying it as key for a better future, or even a universal solution for all ails, while others foresee a fear-driven dystopia. Likewise, from the point of view of higher education, some sections of the academic community are ready to embrace generative AI from an innovation-driven outlook, while others are fearful of the abuse of AI tools, believing that it may lead to an increase in cheating.

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