Answered By: Irene Korber
Last Updated: Oct 26, 2023     Views: 32

Generative AI is quickly becoming a tool adopted by many facets of society, including higher education. These include tools such as GPT-4, ChatGPT, Bard, DALL-E, and GitHub Copilot. Your professors may have differing policies on whether or not they find it acceptable for students to incorporate generative AI in their research, so please check your syllabi and talk to your professors to ensure you're in compliance with course expectations.

Should you choose to use generative AI as part of your research process, you'll be expected to cite this source just as you would any other scholarly journal article, book, or news source. Here are some helpful links on how to cite generative AI in different citation styles:

APA Style
Chicago Style - Text content
Chicago Style - Image content
MLA Style


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