Teaching and Learning with AI

AI offers many possibilities for teachers and students alike, but also raises many questions: We'd like to keep you updated on interesting developments all about AI, offer important links and tips and share ideas for using AI in teaching and studying.


AI for teaching


AI for studying


Create AI-sensitive exams


Ethical and juridical questions


Networks at the university of Göttingen


AI tools


Chatbot of the GWDG

Aktuelle Workshops

Current workshops and events


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What is AI?

AI stands short for artificial intelligence. It refers to the development of algorithms and computer programs that enable machines to perform tasks that typically require human intelligence, such as problem-solving, language processing, visual perception, and other cognitive functions. The goal of Artificial Intelligence is to endow machines with capabilities that encompass learning, problem-solving, language processing, visual perception, and similar cognitive functions. There are two primary types of Artificial Intelligence: weak Artificial Intelligence (weak AI) and strong Artificial Intelligence (strong AI). Weak Artificial Intelligence pertains to systems focused on specific tasks or problem areas, while strong Artificial Intelligence would have a general intelligence, comparable to human intelligence. Artificial Intelligence applications are diverse and range from machine learning and deep learning to robotics, natural language processing, computer vision, and many other fields. Artificial Intelligence is employed in various industries and sectors such as healthcare, finance, automotive, education, and entertainment.