Big bot on campus : the perils and potential of ChatGPT and other AI by Carolyn Mooney
Call Number: Q335 .B54 2023
Publication Date: June 2023
The rise of ChatGPT has alarmed -- and excited -- academics about the future of artificial intelligence. How should professors evaluate student writing and protect against cheating? What jobs will be lost? What efficiencies will be gained? And ChatGPT is only the beginning. This collection contains many of The Chronicle's best and latest reads on how AI is changing higher education. Read on and hang on — it’s going to be a fascinating ride.
Artificial Intelligence Basics by N. Gupta; R. Mangla
Publication Date: 2020-03-03
Designed as a self-teaching introduction to the fundamental concepts of artificial intelligence, the book begins with its history, the Turing test, and early applications. Later chapters cover the basics of searching, game playing, and knowledge representation. Expert systems and machine learning are covered in detail, followed by separate programming chapters on Prolog and Python. The concluding chapter on artificial intelligence machines and robotics is comprehensive with numerous modernapplications. Features: Covers an introduction to concepts related to AI, including searching processes, knowledge representation, machine learning, expert systems, programming, and robotics Includes separate chapters on Prolog and Python to introduce basic programming techniques in AI