Ethics and Inclusion in an AI-rich World

Collaborative AI - Artificial Intelligence, Expertise, and Pedagogy in CALL Research and Practice - Joshua M. Paiz

Joshua M. Paiz [+-]
George Washington University
Joshua M. Paiz is a Teaching Assistant Professor in the English for Academic Purposes Program at George Washington University.

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Chapter 6 addresses the ethical and inclusive considerations of implementing AI in English Language Teaching. It highlights data privacy and security concerns, exemplified by the need to protect students' personal information when using AI-driven tools. The chapter also emphasizes the importance of promoting digital equity and inclusivity, discussing strategies like incorporating accessible AI technologies for learners with disabilities, and ensuring that AI tools are culturally sensitive and unbiased. This chapter will conclude by discussing AI-related issues in academic integrity as they relate to student success. By tackling these concerns, educators can create a responsible and inclusive learning environment that harnesses the benefits of AI without compromising ethical standards or student learning, and in ways that acknowledge the real threat to academic integrity posed by the unethical, uncritical deployment of AI assistance by learners.

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Paiz, Joshua. Ethics and Inclusion in an AI-rich World. Collaborative AI - Artificial Intelligence, Expertise, and Pedagogy in CALL Research and Practice. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. Jun 2025. ISBN 9781000000000. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=45001. Date accessed: 22 Feb 2024 doi: 10.1558/equinox.45001. Jun 2025

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