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Generative Artificial Intelligence (genAI) provides opportunities to ethically and effectively advance our institutional mission. USF is committed to actively engaging with this rapidly developing technology to maximize these opportunities.

This webpage provides a central hub for information, resources, news and events related to genAI across the university. Updates will be provided as tools and guidelines continue to evolve.

Upcoming Events

  • Join with colleagues from across USF in this monthly workshop series exploring innovative and timely approaches to learning and teaching. Sessions are held via Microsoft Teams.

    Visit CITL First Friday Series for more information and registration links. 

  • The 9th Great Power Competition Conference will be held from March 5-7, 2024 at the Marshall Center on the University of South Florida campus in Tampa, Florida. The conference will focus on how the United States can progress, develop, and employ artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities ot enable faster analysis, decisions and actions than our adversaries and competitors.

    Visit GNSI Tampa Summit 3 for more information. 

  • In this fully online, self-paced workshop dedicated to the practical application of GenAI, faculty participants explore a series of GenAI use cases, interact with peers, gain hands-on experience with GenAI platforms in the context of teaching and learning, and ultimately construct their own GenAI course enhancement plan. Tailored exclusively for faculty members at USF.

    Register Now!

  • This workshop explores the potential of Microsoft's Copilot in academic research. Attendees will learn to leverage Copilot's AI capabilities for data analysis, idea generation, and literature review assistance. 

    Scheduled for July 18 at 11AM. Please click here to register.

  • This workshop will give a basic introduction to using generative AI tools like ChatGPT and generating content from those tools in your research and projects. Attendees will learn about available toolsets and how they function, the current policy at USF and abroad on generative AI usage, and a summary of the current resources offered by USF to support generative AI for research and instruction.

    Scheduled for July 11 at 11 AM. Click here to register.

  • Virtual workshops featuring AI tools supporting the research endeavors of USF researchers across disciplines.