UC Berkeley law school adopts AI policy 

The University of California Berkeley School of Law recently adopted a formal policy on student use of generative artificial intelligence

Professor Chris Hoofnagle, Faculty Director, of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology who worked with two other faculty members to develop the policy over the past month said 

“The reality is that generative artificial intelligence is going to be in everything, so it will be impossible to tell students they can’t use it,” 

Although students may use AI technology to conduct research or correct grammar the policy provides that it cannot be used on exams, to compose any submitted assignments or in any way that constitutes plagiarism.

Source Reuters






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