Guidelines and resources

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Teaching and learning with generative AI

Generative AI has the potential to address some of the biggest challenges in education today. Nonetheless, as educators and students, we face a new frontier as we navigate a world in which the distinction between content generated by AI and humans is rapidly blurring. To support these conversations, please visit the Provost resource page.

Digital Trust Guidelines for Generative Artificial Intelligence Use

Arizona State University is committed to the practice of Principled Innovation, embracing innovation with curiosity and wisdom.

During a Summer Series of Digital Trust in AI conversations, individuals from across the campus were brought together to identify appropriate considerations for the use of Generative Artificial Intelligence (genAI) at ASU. This group assembled guidelines that have been reviewed and approved by Enterprise Technology Digital Trust, Cybersecurity, AI Acceleration, Learning Experience and the Office of General Council.

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Generative AI tools

View the generative AI tools that have completed the ASU VITRA process and are approved for use at the departmental level. If a department would like to use these tools, their department can submit an assessment request in accordance with their standard process. 

Before using any generative AI tools, please review the AI Digital Trust guidelines to ensure you understand the responsibilities and expectations for data privacy, copyright, and intellectual property protections at ASU.

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