Site includes glossary, resources, and Generative AI pilot

NYU has been active  for many years in areas of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning for experimentation and research. The rise in attention to the technology and potential impact of AI and the increase in publicly available AI tools has made discussion around AI a robust topic of conversation in higher education.

To help NYU instructors and researchers navigate the fast-evolving AI landscape, NYU Information Technology, in collaboration with the Office of the Provost, has launched a new web resource. Artificial Intelligence at NYU contains information to aid the NYU community in making informed decisions about the role AI could play in teaching, learning, research, and work. The new side includes:

  • Artificial Intelligence at NYU info hub: introduces key AI questions and providing a glossary of terms and links to AI resources at NYU.
  • Public Generative AI Tools: a guide to some fo the most popular public AI tools, including ChatGPT, Bard, and Bing Chat.
  • Private Generative AI Pilot: a new NYU service offered in partnership with the Office of the Provost and NYU Langone to offer private instances of OpenAI ChatGPT for NYU and NYU Langone community members.

If you have any remaining questions or concerns about the use of generative AI for NYU academic or research purposes, or would like to add an AI-related NYU resource to this list, please email