Generative Technologies: About this guide

A library research guide for discerning about generative technologies often called artificial intelligence or machine learning
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This library research guide is a collaboration of Digtial Scholarship Librarian Maxwell Gray and Academic Integrity Director Jacob Riyeff.

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Introduction

This library research guide is a collaboration of Digtial Scholarship Librarian Maxwell Gray and Academic Integrity Director Jacob Riyeff. It is designed to help students and faculty discern how they may want to use or approach generative technologies—often called artificial intelligence or machine learning—in their research, teaching, and learning. It is inspired by the Universal Apostolic Preferences and Catholic social teaching.


Some places to begin

What is AI?

What are LLMs?

What isn't AI?