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Daily Briefing: ChatGPT: WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL?


WATCH:  English Teacher Grades Homework By ChatGPT: WiredYouTube, Feb. 6, 2023 Andrew Marzoni, a high school English teacher, grades homework created by the artificial intelligence chatbot, ChatGPT. Andrew provides a variety of assignments for ChatGPT, including writing a limerick, a Shakespearean sonnet about Taco Bell, and a five-paragraph essay. How well will the chatbot perform? Can it get an A?

Why the ChatGPT AI Chatbot Is Blowing Everyone’s Mind:  Stephen Shankland, CNET, Feb. 4, 2023
ChatGPT and the Future of the Professions:  Sean Welsh, Quillette, Jan. 26, 2023

Professors Turn to ChatGPT to Teach Students a Lesson Douglas Belkin, WSJ, Jan. 25, 2023
ChatGPT Could Make These Jobs Obsolete: ‘The Wolf is at the Door’:  Alex Mitchell, NY Post, Jan. 25, 2023

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ChatGPT: Use of AI Chatbot In Congress and Court Rooms Raises Ethical Questions:  Joanna York, France 24, Feb. 3, 2023 — In a recorded greeting for a cybersecurity convention in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, Israeli President Isaac Herzog began a speech that was set to make history: “I am truly proud to be the president of a country that is home to such a vibrant and innovative hi-tech industry. Over the past few decades, Israel has consistently been at the forefront of technological advancement, and our achievements in the fields of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence (AI), and big data are truly impressive.”

Opinion: Is ChatGPT an AI Chatbot Or A Misinformation Engine?:  Jim Warren, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Feb. 4, 2023 — The Oscar-nominated short film “An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It” could be the name for Silicon Valley’s latest gift to Western civilization — and to many practitioners of misinformation.
ChatGPT May Be on the Rise — But There Is Something Distinctively Human MissingEditors, The Daily Free Press, Feb. 5, 2023 — Technology, science and mathematics are practically the cornerstones of the American economy — but as these sectors overtake the public domain, are we beginning to stumble down the narrow path of losing a sense of human touch completely?
The Race to Build a ChatGPT-Powered Search Engine Will Knight, Wired, Feb. 6, 2023 — A machine learning expert who previously worked at Google, was mesmerized when he first tried ChatGPT, the remarkably coherent and seemingly well-informed chatbot from OpenAI that has become an internet sensation.

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