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KentWired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

KentWired

Amy Reynolds, dean of the College of Communication and Information.

College of Communication and Information dean speaks on AI

Joseph Dziak, Reporter February 4, 2024

As AI continues to grow and evolve, how it will affect certain majors, especially those involved in the College of Communication and Information, remains a hot topic of discussion. Amy Reynolds, the...

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Two faculty members share opinions on AI learning

Molly Hoffer, Digital Tech September 14, 2023

Two faculty members believe showing students the potential benefits and challenges of working with AI within the classroom can help open new opportunities for them in the future and help students be aware...

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AI-generated songs fuel ethics debate

Alton Northup, Staff Reporter August 28, 2023

As access to generative artificial intelligence expands, AI-generated songs top the trending page on TikTok. The genre has billions of views on the platform, and clips of famous characters, personalities...

ChatGPT poses ethical questions for higher education

Addison Foreman, Reporter March 23, 2023

ChatGPT launched last year and has since exploded in popularity. The artificial intelligence chat bot can provide written responses to almost any prompt given to it. Responses given by the AI often seem...

Arvind Bansal teaches AI-related courses at Kent State.

Kent State College of Computer Science announces new artificial intelligence master’s program

Zachary Shepherd reporter April 22, 2021

To match the increasing demand for AI-oriented careers, Kent State will offer an artificial intelligence master’s program in fall 2021.Kent State’s computer science department is now accepting enrollment...

The rise of artificial intelligence

Paige Bennett September 29, 2018

Artificial intelligence is everywhere.While some may think about artificial intelligence and imagine a future of self-driving cars and robot caregivers, the technology is already being used by millions...

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