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Staff Generative AI Usage Guidance

Addressing the privacy and security risks associated with AI in various staff roles, with targeted strategies to ensure responsible AI usage across administrative, HR, financial, and IT departments.

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Research Generative AI Usage Guidelines

Instructions for the research community on using generative AI technologies in scholarly research, focusing on evaluating AI biases, safeguarding privacy, respecting intellectual property rights, and maintaining openness.

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Generative AI in Academic Writing

A guide to utilizing generative AI tools in academic writing, highlighting their ability to assist in brainstorming, editing, and more, while also cautioning about risks such as inaccuracies and academic integrity concerns.

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Clinicians Generative AI Usage Guidance

Guidelines for the ethical and responsible use of AI in healthcare, focusing on patient safety, privacy, and legal compliance. Outlining key principles for AI in clinical decision-making and patient care.

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Student Generative AI Usage Guidance

Guidelines for students on the ethical use of generative AI on leveraging technology for support in brainstorming and research, while maintaining academic integrity.

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Teaching Generative AI Usage Guidance

Teaching guidelines stress ethical AI use, prioritizing data privacy, academic integrity, and content accuracy. They advocate for AI as an addition to teaching, emphasizing transparency, critical thinking, and proper citation practices.