From chalkboards to chatbots: How to use artificial intelligence in the K-12 classroom
Dr. Ron Darvin, an assistant professor in the faculty of education, discussed how artificial intelligence is changing how we teach students and how they learn.
Sep 7, 2023
People dislike AI art because it threatens their humanity: study
The study is the first of its kind to link people’s aversion to AI art with speciesism and anthropocentrism, and their view that digital works threaten “the last fortress of human supremacy arguments, artistic creation.”
Aug 21, 2023
UBC experts on artificial intelligence
UBC experts are here to offer valuable insights and comments on various aspects of AI for media amidst the growing interest in AI
Jun 6, 2023
From science fiction to classroom reality: How UBC instructors are using AI as a teaching tool
UBC instructors are finding innovative ways to integrate generative AI into their course curriculum to enhance student learning.
May 24, 2023
Is AI coming for white-collar jobs? A psychology professor finds out the hard way
A UBC psychology professor wondered whether AI was smart enough to handle some of his workload. He was astonished to discover it could.
Mar 8, 2023
AI predicts cancer patient survival by reading doctor’s notes
A team of researchers from the University of British Columbia and BC Cancer have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that predicts cancer patient survival more accurately and with more readily available data than previous tools.
Mar 2, 2023
UBC’s approach to academic integrity in the age of AI
This story was not written by ChatGPT. Or was it?
Mar 1, 2023
How artificial intelligence can make our food safer
Food recalls could be a thing of the past if artificial intelligence (AI) is utilized in food production, according to a recent study from UBC and the University of Guelph.
Aug 9, 2022
All-knowing robots are not inevitable, and other lessons on AI use in policing
The Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB) recently approved a policy for use of AI technology in policing, which researchers believe is the first in Canada.
Mar 3, 2022
UBC researchers train computers to predict the next designer drugs
UBC researchers have trained computers to predict the next designer drugs before they are even on the market, technology that could save lives.
Nov 15, 2021
Where should our digital data go after we die? UBC study explores possibilities
People want control over what personal digital data is passed along after they die, along with tools to make it easier to do so, according to a new case study by computer science researchers at the University of British Columbia.
May 6, 2021