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Stephen Downes

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This preprint is tantalizing but far too short for what the title promises. Basically, the idea is to use generative AI to automate the process of giving multi-modal feedback on assignments. The instructor works with the AI, which may offer correction (for example, recommending the instructor focus on effort rather than outcome). And what's key is the idea of offering feedback in multiple modes, such as 'talking heads', rather than just text. I can't comment on the implementation because we don't really get anything in the way of details (this paper is a classic example of why we shouldn't simply count publications, because things like this can be pumped out in a day; we should actually consider what the publications contribute to the literature).

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