6 out of 19 universities surveyed have ChatGPT guidelines

Six out of 19 Japanese universities surveyed by the Mainichi Shimbun have expressed views or set guidelines for their students on using interactive artificial intelligence (AI) including the ChatGPT chatbot, now being adopted for a rapidly expanding list of applications, reports Mainichi Japan.

The Mainichi asked the 19 universities whether they have views or guidelines on interactive AI, and received responses from all of them by 20 April. Osaka University, Kyushu University, Sophia University, Aoyama Gakuin University and Kwansei Gakuin University said “yes”, and the University of Tokyo also posted its view to its website on 3 April.

The 13 other universities without an explicit stance stated that they are studying and gathering information with formulating guidelines in mind.
Full report on the Mainichi Japan site