It can be a learning tool for schools with enough teachers and resources to use it well.
In the past week, the public release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, an artificial intelligent "bot" has garnered a lot of press and attention. As with many leaps forward in technology, people are struggling to understand the impact it will have on society and in some cases, on their very own lives or livelihoods.
When Anxing (China, psychology, 2020), began her research paper on the occupational burnout of long-haul truck drivers in her native country, she could not find any data that was relevant to her paper...
I’ve been teaching English for 12 years, and I’m astounded by what ChatGPT can produce.
The bot is free for now and can produce uncannily natural, well-referenced writing in response to homework questions.
If one of my students handed in the text ChatGPT generated, they’d get an F.
Nobody is prepared for how AI will transform academia.
A University of Rochester dean offers advice for parents and guardians of college-bound students for navigating college admissions.
However, as colleges seek geographical diversity on campus, some middle- and upper-class families in urban centers are considering the ways that they might increase their chances of admission by moving to rural areas.
Arizona's voters decided to reverse years of discrimination in higher ed.