Robots have already learned to cheat when playing games. How do we teach them morals if we want them more involved in our everyday lives?
Across Canada and around the world, thousands of students are paying cash for good grades - in tests, essays and even PhD theses. On Oct. 18, 2017, universities globally are fighting back.
The US sprinter, twice banned after failed drug tests, felt the force of public opinion as he won the 100 metres final at the World Athletics Championship. But is it time to start trusting athletes?
It doesn’t matter how assessments are given to students, as students can still find a way to cheat.
Fake degrees are bad news for universities and employers.
Most of us keep tabs on other people's wrongdoings but suffer from 'ethical amnesia' when it comes to our own missteps.
The classification system is what keeps the Paralympics fair. Although it's not perfect, it's the best system we have, and it's continually being improved.
In sports, what's considered fair play has changed throughout history. At one point, even looking 'too poor' was grounds for exclusion.
We come across dishonest acts in our day-to-day lives. Perhaps we commit them as well. But, guess what? Most of us care so much about being moral that we tend to forget our unethical behavior.
Technology that wouldn't look out of place in a Hollywood spy movie is being marketed at students to help them cheat in exams.
When it comes to cheating, humans are not alone in the animal world.
More handwritten tasks could force students to avoid the dreaded cut and paste.
Students are creating 'multiple personalities' to cheat on MOOCs. How do they do that? What are its implications?
In the Ashley Madison hack were reports of 74,468 unique ".edu" email addresses. If people chose to use their .edu addresses, what does that tell us about awareness of privacy online?
Organisers of the World Championship in Athletics will be on their toes after recent revelations of mass doping by endurance athletes. Here's what you need to know about doping and how to evade it.
Universities' pursuit of stable income streams means they are corrupting the reason they exist in the first place.
The contract cheating business is booming. What tips students over the edge to pay somebody else to do their work?
We could be fooled into thinking pay-for plagiarism is a modern, high-tech invention. However, the internet merely supports the logistics.
Surveys show that 95% of high school students and 70% of college students are involved in some form of cheating.
As the NFL Draft starts in Chicago, it is important to remember that most college athletes need to pay attention to their academic life: only about 4% will go on to play professionally.