Barrister says more needs to be done to stop AI tools being exploited by online exam cheats

Published by
City AM

By Louis Goss Artificial intelligence apps, such as the chatbot ChatGPT, could make the UK’s exam cheating problem worse, a top barrister who works on student appeals has warned. Increasingly sophisticated AI models are now able to produce “decent, plagiarism-free answers to a wide range of questions,” Daniel Sokol, a barrister at 12 King’s Bench Walk, said in an opinion piece in The Independent. Sokol warned widespread use of these AI tools among students risks undermining universities academic reputations as he called for exams to be carried out in person instead. “As a lawyer who advises st…

Read More

See also  Microsoft to axe 10,000 jobs over poor economy

Leave a Reply