Author: Alyssa Hance

Physiological Measurement in Practice with Dr. Wu

Researchers from any discipline are familiar with the question that can haunt the data collection process of an experiment: is the level of measurement used valid externally and internally?  How do you know your research measurements are capturing valid data from participants? How a researcher chooses their method of data collection can come from a […]

Survey: Public’s Confidence in its Ability to Evaluate AI-Generated Text Cause for Concern

By Burt Glass More Americans are adopting tools such as ChatGPT, Gemini and Claude, but a new opinion survey suggests scoring in their own ability to evaluate the accuracy, reliability, completeness, and biases of the text generated by artificial intelligence is cause for concern. According to Yi Grace Ji, assistant professor at Boston University’s College […]