ChatGPT might doom us all, but it won’t replace teachers – expert

ChatGPT is made by tech company OpenAI.
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An expert in artificial intelligence (AI) says there is a place for tools like ChatGPT in marking students’ work, but it is not a replacement for genuine human teachers.

AI language processing has improved in leaps and bounds over the past few years, and particularly the last six months since the release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

That, and the company’s newer GPT-4 model, are able to create large amounts of text based on simple prompts – which some students quickly realised could be used to <a…

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