Generative AI Resources

We are pleased to partner with the Generative AI Center of Expertise (GenAI CoE) to identify and provide a list of generative AI resources to the University community. The following resources are in alignment with our university’s Acceptable Use Policy, Privacy Policy, and Privacy consideration for Gen AI and are currently supported by Tech Services and are being used at our university. 

Resources

Microsoft Copilot with Data Protection

Previously branded Bing Chat Enterprise (BCE), Copilot with Data Protection is a generative AI-powered platform designed and created specifically for organizations: user and organizational data is protected–chat data is not saved, and chat data will not be available in any capacity to Microsoft or other large language modelsCopilot with Data Protection cites its generated content with verifiable citations, has access to current information, can provide visual answers including graphs and charts, and more. Learn more about Copilot with Data Protection.

Laptop computer displaying logotypes of Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe Express and Adobe Firefly are available to all faculty and staff and provide robust generative AI tools for creative needs. No sensitive or high-risk data is permissible in this environment. This tool is available to all Faculty and Staff, as well as students who have purchased Creative Cloud licenses.

LinkedIn Learning AI Career Coach

Available to all students, faculty, and staff, LinkedIn Learning is a powerful tool to learn specific skills at your own pace. Access LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn Learning’s AI-powered Career Coach can answer questions in real-time by referencing LinkedIn Learning’s entire library of information.

As with all emerging technologies, AI has benefits and challenges. We encourage you to be mindful of your use of AI. Some tips for you:

  • Take care with the data you provide to AI. Avoid providing personal information for yourself or others.
  • Be aware of the AI tool’s settings. Disable the tool from learning from your entries if possible.
  • Validate its outputs. Current generative AI tools do not think and will often include misleading, incorrect, or problematic responses.

Illinois does not control, nor see any of the specific answers and can’t guarantee accuracy from the tools. If you encounter significant unexpected or problematic responses that raise data privacy concerns, please contact privacy@illinois.edu. If you suspect an AI is compromised or has other credible vulnerability concerns, please contact security@illinois.edu. Your collaboration in maintaining a secure AI environment is integral to our commitment to privacy and data protection.

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