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The Ring-tum Phi

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Faculty question how to adjust syllabi in the wake of ChatGPT

Two W&L professors drew large crowds to talks addressing the AI technology
Jenny Hellwig, News Editor
February 14, 2023
A white artwork with red tubes connecting to five small pickaxes arranged in a circle.

Sam Blanchard’s “Futile State” explores the connection between humans and technology

The contemporary art exhibit features machines that visitors can interact with
Catherine McKean, Arts & Life Editor
February 7, 2023

Human robots, robotic humans: Who’s mimicking whom?

ChatGPT is the newest AI with the ability to replicate human writing. But how human is it?
Aliya Gibbons, Staff Writer
February 7, 2023
A persons hands holding a phone with the Fizz app open.

New app “Fizz” launches on campus

The anonymous app has sparked curiosity and concern among student users
Catherine McKean, Arts & Life Editor
January 23, 2023
Alec Ross speaking in Lee Chapel on March 14. Photo by Jack Anderson 16.

The future face of technology

W&L's Contact Committee brings in technology policy expert Alec Ross to discuss the industries of the future
Sutton Travis
March 21, 2016
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