Lisa Nielsen writes that chatGPT "is not a replacement for human teachers. It is best used as a supplement to traditional teaching methods and teachers are best at the personal connection and support they can provide students." Why? What is this true? Even if we assume chatGPT isn't good enough, nobody thinks AI will stop developing, do they? How soon will it be before traditional teaching methods and teachers are not best at the personal connection and support students need? We need to start thinking this way, and stop thinking the way Nielsen things in this article, because otherwise is to deny the reality of what is happening before our eyes.
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