The VICTVS Podcast: Episode 6 – The Innovation Paradox: AI’s dual role in academic integrity

Episode 6 of The VICTVS Podcast sees us sit down with AI and assessment expert, Prof. Phillip Dawson, to talk about how AI is impacting modern education and assessments.  With the use of AI now firmly cemented in the study routines of students around the world; we talk about the dangers of this to academic integrity, but also how AI is being used to combat cheating and what educators can do to embrace this new technology.

You can follow more of Phillip’s research on improving assessment practices in higher education at the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning  (CRADLE) located at Deakin University, Melbourne or on X at @Phillipdawson.

We would love to hear your thoughts on this topic.  Please share your views and join the discussion by commenting below.

About The VICTVS Podcast

Learning is not just about exams and qualifications. It’s about exploring new horizons, overcoming challenges, and developing our skillsets and knowledge as individuals and as members of the global community. At VICTVS, we invite guests from diverse backgrounds and fields to appear on our podcast, to share their stories and insights.  We also chat with our friends and colleagues from different cultures and backgrounds, and experts from various industries and sectors, to seek out valuable lessons from their experiences and perspectives.  If you are interested in how education and learning can help you achieve your goals, and in hearing about how people who share our values of honesty, integrity, professionalism, and courage have achieved incredible things, then the VICTVS podcast is for you.

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You can also find a full transcript of the episode here.

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