AI chatbots are on the rise in China – but their abilities and purpose may be quite different from the products of US tech giants.
When OpenAI claims to be “developing technologies that empower everyone,” who is included in the term “everyone?” And in what context will this “power” be wielded?
If people rely on ChatGPT or Google for complex medical questions, they could come unstuck.
The latest release in the GPT series shows marked improvement over predecessors.
Searching the web with ChatGPT is like talking to an expert – if you’re OK getting a mix of fact and fiction. But even if it were error-free, searching this way comes with hidden costs.
Our tendency to view machines as people and become attached to them points to real risks of psychological entanglement with AI technology.
The AI is not a major threat to human employment.
Students could learn about critical thinking, writing and the broader role of artificial intelligence tools like chatbots.
AI chatbots can’t take responsibility for what they say, so we shouldn’t trust them.
It is one thing to treat AI as a tool when it has no scope for emotion. It is quite another when AI has a full suite of emotional responses.
Rather than seeing artificial intelligence as the cause of new problems, we might better understand AI ethics as bringing attention to old ones.
New technologies are often surrounded by hopeful messages that they will alleviate poverty and bring about positive social change. History shows these assumptions are often misplaced.
The irruption of ChatPT has had impact everywhere, including higher education. But can it be a greater impact than expected?
Journalists, policymakers and academics are among those whose worlds could be turned upside down by AI chatbots.
We ought to want student essays to reflect understanding, judgment and caring, something beyond ChatGPT.
Some fear ChatGPT will increase student cheating. But education academics say it can also save time preparing lessons and create new opportunities for learning.
Educators need to carefully consider ChatGPT and issues of academic integrity to move toward an assessment system that leverages AI tools.
Users are having a blast getting creative with AI generators – but your output is only ever as good as your prompt.
ChatGPT could lead to substantial learning gains if it’s used as a tutor, an online learning specialist says.
Early adopters have started using ChatGPT to assist with mundane tasks like writing sick certificates and patient letters.