Mitte Schroeven, Wouter Buelens & Paul A. Kirschner, Thomas More University of Applied Sciences. Originally published here.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) seemed to be all over the news these last few months. The OpenAI chatbot, ChatGPT, stunned everyone with the speed and accuracy with which it generates text, but at the same time, created cause for concern about the influence that such programs might have on the future of education. In this blog we’ll give you an overview of what this new tool is good at (and not so good at) and how you could deal with it in the classroom.
AI is out there, whether you like it or not
The spontaneous reaction of a former colleague to a demonstration of ChatGPT’s abilities was: “Oh no, do you think our students are using this to do their homework?” The answer to this question is…
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