Can you tell if what you’re reading right now was written by a human or generated by artificial intelligence? Do you care? Those are essentially the questions that University of California San Diego researchers asked in an experiment with ChatGPT at a regional high school.
Politics & Society
Students in the Business and Economics Mentoring Program have access to academic support, peer-to-peer mentoring, social activities, as well as networking and research opportunities.
The annual Legacy Lecture, hosted by the UC San Diego Scholars Society, is an event in which a nominated professor gives a unique talk based on the prompt "If this were the last lecture you ever gave, what would you want to share with the world?"
Marco Werman, host of the international news program "The World" explains his role as the first journalist in residence at UC San Diego and shares his thoughts about life on campus thus far.
Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries in the world to be a journalist. Human rights group Article 19 has documented 145 murders of journalists between 2000 and 2021 in Mexico. Just last January, Margarito Martinez and Lourdes Maldonado, two Tijuana journalists, were gunned down in the city.
Barbara F. Walter, professor of political science at the University of California San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
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