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Understanding and Embracing the Reality of AI Tools: A Guide For Organizations to Create Policies Around AI-Generated Work 

 January 13, 2023

By  James Brauer

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We are living in an age of revolutionary technology and powerful artificial intelligence tools. As much as these new technologies offer us amazing benefits, they also come with their own unique set of fears and frustrations. It is essential that we allow our teams the opportunity to openly discuss and understand the current reality of AI tools, and how it might affect their work. Doing so will not only help the team to better understand AI tools, but also give them the confidence to tackle them head on. Join me, the Director of Graduate Studies at Avila University’s School of Education, as I discuss this important topic and why it is so vital that organizations build policies around AI-generated work submission.

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James Brauer


James Brauer, Ed.D., MBA is currently Director of Graduate Education at Avila University. Previously he was a virtual school administrator of a public online school serving students throughout the state of Iowa. Brauer has also served as an assistant principal and special education teacher. He is passionate about leadership and management, health and wellness, and personal development.

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