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Publishers, Don’t Use AI Detection Tools!
Colleges plan more oral exams in response to the threat of AI cheating
Students warned of ‘serious consequences’ for use of artificial intelligence in essays
Colleges move to tackle threat posed by students using ChatGPT to pass work off as their own
Essays and (Computational) Physics
UCC advises staff on use of ChatGPT over plagiarism fears
You’re Not Going to Like How Colleges Respond to ChatGPT
ChatGPT creators release new tool aimed at easing concerns over university plagiarism
Trinity advises academics to adjust assignments in light of ChatGPT cheating threat
How should universities handle cases of blackmail by essay mills?
Contract cheating is endangering the integrity of Irish universities
Rise in number of cheating cases in DCU
Some 1,500 cases of cheating, plagiarism or use of ‘essay mills’ reported at Irish universities in last three years
Students personally targeted by essay mills with ‘promoters’ suspected to have been hired within colleges to gather information on assignments
Did 1 in 6 students cheat in online assessments this year?
Essay mills suspected of hiring ‘promoters’ within colleges to gather information on assignments
If unis stick with online assessment after COVID, they’ll have do more to stop cheating
How students are targeted in college WhatsApp groups to sign up for academic cheating service
Irish higher education ‘under threat’ from global cheating industry
TU Dublin had 445 cases of alleged cheating in online exams during pandemic