Collegiate Debate: Should professors ban students from using AI like ChatGPT?
- Liberal Arts and Policy Building
University of Baltimore students, faculty and staff are invited to join a respectful conversation touching all sides of a challenging issue. Braver Angels Debates are not competitive, but provide a deep experience of civil discourse. Conducted in a light parliamentary style, they teach students to engage with each other respectfully around difficult, polarizing issues. Students think together, listen carefully, and allow themselves to be touched and even changed by each other’s ideas. Participants emerge with greater empathy and appreciation for diversity of thought.
This collegiate debate is free and brought to you with the support of a partnership of Braver Angels, BridgeUSA, and the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), non-profit organizations that believe in the power of free expression and respectful exchange of ideas on America's college campuses.
The collegiate debate is part of Ethics and AI Week, sponsored by the Hoffberger Center for Ethical Engagement.
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- Sofia Tesfayeova
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