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Unis are using artificial intelligence to keep students sitting exams honest. But this creates its own problems

By Simon Coghlan, Senior Research Fellow in Digital Ethics, Centre for AI and Digital Ethics, School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne
Jeannie Marie Paterson, Professor of Law, The University of Melbourne
Shaanan Cohney, Lecturer in Cybersecurity, The University of Melbourne
Tim Miller, Associate Professor of Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence), The University of Melbourne
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The pandemic has driven the rapid uptake of programs that use artificial intelligence to monitor students sitting exams remotely. New research highlights the need for caution in its use.The Conversation

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