1.WHAT POINT YOU HAVE TO CONTROL AI?
- Cognitive offloading is the use of tools to reduce the mental load of a task. It’s so easy to write something down so you don’t have to remember it later. There has been a long moral panic around cognitive offload tools.
- Universities should make it clear to students what forms and levels of cognitive outsourcing are allowed for a particular assessment. AI is increasingly being integrated into higher-level tasks. They believe they will actually teach students how to use these tools. They don’t necessarily think they should be banned.
- Challenging AI may inspire something else: a conversation about what education is and, more importantly, what we want from it. AI can push us to acknowledge our true knowledge, so the universities of the future will look to technology to rediscover what makes us human.
2.WHICH ENSURES AI ALSO HAVE A ABILITY TO BE A STUDENT?
- AI has been knocking on the gates of universities for some time. Robot University Student Test” argues that AI should be considered conscious if it can earn a degree just like a human.
- Without the success of AI using natural language processing (NLP), an alternative to the more famous “Turing test”, it might have remained a thought experiment. OpenAi Institute.
3.WHY SHOULDN’T AI DO THE SAME WITH A PARAGRAPH?
AI must not only face essays and assignments generated entirely by algorithms, but also solve a variety of more nuanced problems. For example, AI-powered word processors typically suggest alternatives for ungrammatical sentences. But the software could algorithmically rewrite the student’s writing.