Seminar series to explore the use of assessments in the age of artificial intelligence

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Dr. Masood Khan

Dr. Masood Khan

A talk, “Authentic assessments for meeting challenges of generative artificial intelligence,” will be given by Dr. Masood Khan of Curtin University, Australia, as part of the Department of Computer and Information Science’s monthly seminar series.

The use of authentic assessments at Curtain University for combating plagiarism, enhancing students learning and evaluating workplace readiness – using either game-based learning or simulation environments – will be the focus of the talk by Dr. Kahn, a senior lecturer at Curtain.

His presentation on Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 3 p.m. in Science Center Room 126 is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

Authentic assessments have re-emerged recently in order to quell plagiarism facilitated by the availability of ChatGPT and other generative A.I. tools that can influence the learning process.

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