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Artificial Intelligence - Student Guide

DeVry's Policy on Using Generative AI Tools

DeVry recognizes the importance of AI as a tool for learning and its responsible use in the classroom. Before using any Generative AI tools (for example ChatGPT, GrammarlyGo, Bard, Dall-E, etc.), you must get specific permission from your professor.


Please note: Students should avoid using grammar checkers such as Grammarly and Microsoft CoPilot for writing assignments as this could cause the assignment to be identified as AI-generated.  DeVry recommends that students use which is located in your Canvas course under the Tutoring tab for help with writing assignments. 

Generative AI Tools

Generative ArtificaI Intelligence

When we discuss Generative AI which is defined as algorithms (such as ChatGPT) that can be used to create new content, including audio, code, images, text, simulations, and videos, this is what we refer to in the Academic Integrity Policy regarding the use of Generative AI tools without specific permission from the professor.

Below are examples of Generative AI tools.

How Does ChatGPT Work?