Teacher-Authors: From my Education Blog–What is ChatGPT

I’ve been writing quite a bit about education’s latest disruptive influence, AIs, specifically ChatGPT. Here are a few of the articles from the blogosphere you may enjoy:

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Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular Man vs. Nature saga, the Rowe-Delamagente thrillers, and the acclaimed Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy. She is also the author/editor of over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, adjunct professor of technology in education, blog webmaster, an Amazon Vine Voice, and a freelance journalist on tech ed topics. Look for her next prehistoric fiction, Savage Land Winter 2024


51 thoughts on “Teacher-Authors: From my Education Blog–What is ChatGPT

  1. Hi Jacqui – troubling … I feel way too old – things seem to have jumped ahead far too quickly – but. it’s the youngsters who will be dealing with the developments. I’d like to learn more – but feel I’ve enough on my plate. Thanks for these links though – Cheers Hilary

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  3. Happenstance – my son just called me going on and on about how I should learn to use ChatGBT and how it will change my world. He also suggests that it will change “the world” drastically in 5-10 years. Scary. Last night I watched a 60-minute episode about ChatGBT in which IT ethicists warn there must be much more oversight.

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  4. I so love these useful articles you share, Jacqui, especially the one from the professor who feels ChatGPT can help education. While I do not necessarily agree with all his points, it is interesting to see different perspectives on the tool in today’s rapidly evolving world. 🙂

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    • I’ve had that reaction, too. What it can’t add is voice and personal experience.

      Actually, it does add ‘voice’ in art when you ask DALL-E to give you a painting in the style of X (say, Van Gogh).



  5. I just read a post where the person was playing around with AI images. They should a picture they created a year ago of Obama playing basketball with Trump. It looked cartoonish. Then they showed another created this week and it looked very real. We’re entering a scary world where words and images can be easily misused.

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  6. Dear Jacqui, I use ChatGPT for research. It’s much quicker than I am. It’s an ideal tool for research.
    In the beginning I tested it asking about ‘Ulysses’ by Joyce. The answers were quick, correct und to the point – but one mistake. I told the programme about the mistake and it corrected it.
    When I write the texts for our blogpost, I use this AI afterwards to look which aspects I may have forgotten.
    For me ChatGPT is a helpful tool easy to use
    Take care
    Klausbernd 🙂

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      • No, I am not.
        We all have to learn how to handle AI in our daily life. Hanne-Dina uses AI for editing her pictures. I enjoy it in my car and use ChatGPT like Wikipedia. I feel it has far more possibilities for me as writer.
        It’s a useful tool. It takes a while to find out how to use it best.
        I am pretty sure, you will like it when you play around with it and find your way to use it
        Klausbernd 🙂

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