Schools and universities have banned ChatGPT AI because it writes in human-like manner. However, some teachers suggest that it could be incorporated into their curriculum.
12 January 2023
By Jeremy Hsu
The US schools and other educational institutions have announced bans on ChatGPT, an AI-powered chatbot. This is in response to fears that students might use it for their homework. Bans might be impossible due to the difficulty of ChatGPT reading text. It is time for a rethink on how students learn and are evaluated.
“Educators start to wonder what it means for educators to… evaluate student learning if an AI is able to write an essay.
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