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Stephen Downes

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Any educator that has kept a database of oft-used comments will appreciate this article. It describes the use of "a homemade comment generator, saving hours of essay grading time while providing students with robust comments. This tool works as an interactive grading rubric, allowing teachers to reuse comments they have previously created themselves." What Jamie Bridge does not say (and maybe hasn't even considered) is that this sort of set-up is exactly what you would use to eventually use an AI to generate comments, It would work the same way, drawing from a database, and subject to you actually placing the comment on the paper. The only difference would be is that the comment wouldn't have been previously created, but instead would be generated from whatever data you provided the AI (which could include your previous comments and the text on which you made that comment).

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