The use of AI is increasing rapidly in the education sector. It’s no wonder then that ChatGPT, a chatbot developed by OpenAI in November 2022, has gained global popularity.
Owing to its popularity and capability to generate human-like responses to questions, ChatGPT becoming a trusted companion to many learners and educators. But you can’t trust everything that this intelligence gives to you and you have to remember that it’s only a resource that can help you with your homeworks or projects, but using the whole content that it gives to you it’s consider as plagiarism, that’s why you need to be very careful using it.
Here you have some pros and cons that you have if you use this tool.
- Improves accesibility to education.
- Helps with homework.
- Provides assistance.
- Personalizes learning.
- Helps with exam preparation.
- Lack of academic integrity.
- Provides inaccurate information.
- Biased responses.
- Limited knowledge.
- Inhability to multitask and understand context.
- Lack of EI (Emotional Intelligence)
On the one hand, ChatGPT has many benefits, including its ability to create personalized interactive lessons, increase access to education for people with disabilities, assist educators in curating lesson plans, and more. On the other hand, ChatGPT has many shortcomings, including its ability to generate biased responses, produce inaccurate information, inability to multitask, and more.
In conclusion you need to be very careful when you use this tool to help with your duties, it’s very useful if you use it in the correct way, but if you use to cheat on your teachers you certainly have a lot of bad consequences.
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