The modern world! Such complications did not exist a few decades back. Some study aids are generally considered acceptable. When writing papers, it is perfectly fine to use grammar- and syntax-checking products standard on Microsoft Word (or LibreOffice) and other document creating programs. Other A.I. programs like Grammarly help write better sentences and fix errors. Google Docs finishes sentences in drafts and emails.
Certainly, one can argue that this topic has already been covered in university academic integrity codes. Using A.I. might open students to serious charges. For instance, American University indicates, “All papers and materials submitted for a course must be the student’s original work unless the sources are cited” while the University of Maryland similarly notes that it is prohibited to use dishonesty to “gain an unfair advantage, and/or using or attempting to use unauthorized materials, information, or study aids in any academic course or exercise.”
A.I. of course is not 'dishonesty' per se (unless specifically banned). Is it maybe like a "performance enhancing drug"? That probably also means you need to be completely sober and drug-free when submitting assignments and exam papers.
Numerous educators assert that using A.I. is violating academic integrity. I suppose then the easy answer really is to throw this out to the ethics students for debate and analysis, without any A.I. involvement. Because certainly definitions such as "original" and "advantage" are themselves open to all sorts of modern interpretation...
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It’s not exactly plagiarism, but it’s definitely not good.