Accusations of cheating on remote exams at Dartmouth College's Geisel School of Medicine are raising questions about data mining, The New York Times reports. The school used the Canvas system to track student activity during remote exams without their knowledge to try to identify cheating. Of 17 accused students, seven have had their cases dismissed. In one dismissed case, administrators said “automated Canvas processes are likely to have created the data that was seen rather than deliberate activity by the user.”
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