Maya Bodnick passed her freshman year at Harvard. So did ChatGPT.

If artificial intelligence is a threat to higher education, the castle has been breached. Students of all ages are using ChatGPT and other AI-based large language models to, at best, aid their writing and, at worst, write a paper for them. These large language models aren’t always accurate, and oftentimes professors are able to distinguish between a student’s voice and an AI-generated one. But as the technology continues to grow and develop, it’s getting more and more difficult to tell.

That raised a question for one Harvard student: Can ChatGPT pass a semester at the Ivy League…

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