Teachers in Quebec are reportedly concerned about how artificial intelligence chat software, such as OpenAI’s GPT-4, is being used by their students. Nicholas Walker, an English as a second language instructor, said that some teachers have become “terrified” of the AI bot and how it may be used to generate student assignments. However, he has harnessed the technology himself, using ChatGPT-detection software to identify whether his pupils’ work might have been created by a chatbot. Walker has suggested that collaborative, process-based evaluation methods would become an increasingly important tool in the future, to compensate for the impact of bots. He believes that such tools, if harnessed appropriately, could offer students instant feedback on their writing. A recent open letter signed by technology leaders, including Tesla CEO Elon Musk, has called on AI labs to cease training systems more powerful than GPT-4. In March, OpenAI announced that its latest iteration of GPT can generate original, human-like responses within seconds.
>>Join our Facebook Group be part of community. <<