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UK updates research guidelines for use of AI

University of Kentucky has set guidelines for using AI in the classroom and the lab. Jacobs Science Building on May 31, 2022. Photo by Mark Cornelison | UKphoto

LEXINGTON, Ky. ‚ÄĒ Guidelines and recommendations for the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) in research have been updated for the University of Kentucky campus.

The transdisciplinary UK ADVANCE (Advancing Data utilization for Value in Academics for National and Campus-wide Excellence) team exists to define and develop recommendations for responsible use of generative AI at UK. The team provides ongoing guidance to the campus community to achieve the university’s mission of advancing Kentucky through education, research, service and care.

Earlier this semester, the team updated the faculty guidelines regarding generative AI in instructional settings. The UK ADVANCE team also created guidelines for use of generative AI in clinical settings.

The team’s latest recommendations for AI in research can be found here. If you have any questions about the latest updates, please review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Members of the campus community are encouraged to provide feedback on the updated guidelines by sending an email to¬†[email protected].

The guidelines and recommendations will continue to evolve. The ADVANCE Team is committed to keeping the campus community informed of any changes as their work continues.

‚ÄĒBy Kayla Gales, UKnow

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