Stephen Downes

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Tony Hirst tries to get chatGPT to generate fake citations (and a long conversation ensues). Michael Feldstein admits he would have cheated in college using chatGPT. "But I wouldn't have thought of it as cheating," he explains. Philip J. Kerr describes a mechanism he and his colleagues developed for creating and delivering personalized instruction using AI "Most of our partner's teaching and testing materials are now quickly and very cheaply generated using GPT-3.5. If you want to see how this is done, check out the work of edugo.AI (a free trial is available)," he writes. In Getting Smart, Nate McClennen and Rachelle Dené Poth summarize a lot of the recent discussion on AI in education. Bryan Alexander offers a list of resources on chatGPT.

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