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Universities abandon AI detection software over concerns of unjust cheating accusations

Several major universities have stopped using AI detection tools provided by anti-plagiarism company Turnitin over fears that the technology could lead to students being falsely accused of cheating, according to a report from Bloomberg. The decisions come despite the soaring popularity of ChatGPT with students and the increasing concerns among educators that it is fueling a

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Nigerian woman wins Mastercard Foundation Scholarship to study at Cambridge

Blossom Egbude, a 24-year-old Nigerian woman, has won a fully-funded Mastercard Foundation Scholarship to pursue a Master of Philosophy in Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. Egbude graduated with first-class honors in Law from Afe Babalola University in Nigeria, and was then inducted as a barrister and solicitor of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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