» Guidelines for the use of Artificial Intelligence in Research/Scholarship/Creative Activities

The following guidelines are by no means comprehensive or static. They are work in progress due to the fast-developing world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its usage in research, scholarship, and creative activities. These guidelines provide a first overview of generative AI and its applications, information about how to use AI to write a grant proposal and analyze data and open questions of whether such practices are meaningful. You also find further resources and links discussing pros and cons on the use of generative AI (e.g., ChatGPT) including dilemmas to address in terms of data privacy, bias, and transparency.

We will continue updating these guidelines with new information as well as expand them with information of non-generative AI systems that excel at pattern recognition and its dilemmas with data privacy, bias etc.

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