Harvard grad: Students just use Chegg, ChatGPT for homework

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Nadya Okamoto attends NOVUS #WeThePlanet forum at United Nations on September 21, 2019 in New York City. Rob Kim/Getty Images for Novus

Generational attitudes about A.I. in the classroom were turned on their head on Tuesday at Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech conference. 

A Gen Z audience member expressed skepticism over A.I.’s long-term educational benefits, saying ChatGPT couldn’t do anything other than spit out the right homework answers, while Chegg’s boomer CEO Dan Rosensweig displayed uncharacteristic enthusiasm about A.I.’s ability to help…

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