Dec 12, 2022
There has been an explosion of handwringing among educators and academics, and cheers from students about the strides and easy accessibility of Artificial Intelligence that will probably change the entire nature of how we educate. What can we expect? How do we adapt? Can anything good come out of this? This is just the first in a series of examinations of this incredibly important topic that will certainly affect every aspect of education at least from middle school through higher education. On this episode it’s just me and AI. We even had fun playing The 5-Minute Game Show! Well, at least I did. I can’t speak for my friendly AI.
I want to especially thank Tuvia Frankel for clueing me in to the importance of dealing with this issue right away, and for writing the fauxmercial!
Resources and Links:
Various great essays on AI by Stephen March in The Atlantic
The End of High-School English by Daniel Herman in The Atlantic
The Brilliance and Weirdness of ChatGPT by Kevin Roose in The New York Times