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AI poses risks to research integrity, universities say

Two Australian inquiries into artificial intelligence hear of unknown effects and need for regulation

Relying too much on artificial intelligence poses “significant risks” to the integrity of Australian research, a parliamentary inquiry has been warned.

Universities Australia used its submission to the Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training’s inquiry into the use of AI in education to warn of a lack of understanding of the technology by students and researchers. It said new regulations might be needed.

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