Arizona State University (ASU) announced a new partnership with OpenAI – the AI research and deployment company behind ChatGPT – that will enable faculty and staff to explore the potential of generative AI to enhance teaching, learning, and discovery, while also ensuring increased levels of privacy and security.
The University of Kentucky (UK) has formed a broad-based committee to examine the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) and tools such as ChatGPT both for the university and for the state at large.
A new study found that students have increasingly chosen to study with ChatGPT instead of a human tutor, many citing that the AI tool was a more effective studying tool than a tutor.
Teachers are using OpenAI’s ChatGPT more frequently than their students, according to a new survey from the Walton Family Foundation. The survey found teachers are using ChatGPT for lesson planning and to generate creative ideas for classes.
The deputy director of the Office of Educational Technology at the U.S. Department of Education said last week that her team will be releasing the first Federal report on AI in education in the coming weeks.
ChatGPT, the chatbot technology launched by OpenAI late last year to much fanfare for its ability to create highly realistic narratives, may also end up delivering advantages to hackers who need to upgrade their phishing email pitches, according to new research released by BlackBerry.