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Navigating Ethical Dilemmas with ChatGPT in Our Class Rooms

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Navigating Ethical Dilemmas with ChatGPT in Our Class Rooms

Source: The image generated by the DALL-E 2. I asked DALL-E 2 to place the teacher as well in the image. However it fails to grasp my instruction. Each time it makes the teacher as robot. Thus far AI is only a silly tool.

The arrival of ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. The potential of this massive language model is mind-boggling. I used to be keeping track of the event of those language models. When, about nine years back (2014), Goodfellow et al.; published “Generative Adversarial Network” (aka. GAN algorithms), I knew we were on the verge of a major breakthrough because reinforcement learning (aka. RL algorithms) had change into outstanding by then. The GAN and RL can be the AI algorithm and on the frontiers of true AI. What I didn’t know was when it might occur.

There are plenty of questions which can be hovering in our minds in academia. Definitely, ChatGPT can solve many assignments we assign to our students at school. So lets ban ChatGPT from our courses and our campus life? Some academicians are considering in that direction. Nevertheless, I’m not in favour of banning it. Let’s face it — ChatGPT is only a tool enabling students to unravel complex problems. So we must always move to an open book, open ChatGPT environment. The issue is that establishing open-book exams is pretty tricky. Perhaps that is a great time; we must always introduce Math or Physics olympiad problems in our schools as a part of open-book exams. The advantage of the Math or Physics olympiad is that they need to develop a recent problem every 12 months. I’m sure those problems aren’t a part of ChatGPT’s training samples.

From a logistic standpoint, this is just an unrealistic proposal. Because most high-school teachers aren’t trained to show olympiad-level math and physics problems, institutions like CMI, TIFR, ISI, and IISC should create a consortium program to arrange highschool teachers to unravel olympiad problems. Then our classroom can be able to arrange open-book exams for math and physics with olympiad-type questions. At the identical time, students can reap the benefits of ChatGPT. However the query is, are we prepared to take this challenge with difficult times and rapidly changing technology as a nation?

In truth, I favour allowing our college and college students to explore ChatGPT as much as possible. The ChatGPT will enable people like me from the “Bangla medium” to write down like native English speakers. So at some level, ChatGPT will make society more egalitarian. Nevertheless, it is going to occur only after we teach and permit our students to make use of ChatGPT. You possibly can ask me why we must always allow ChatGPT at school. Should we not expect our students to learn to write down good English? I feel ChatGPT is only a tool. Perhaps we must always teach our kids how best they’ll use ChatGPT or any AI tool in order that they’ll present their thoughts like native speakers. Still, they have to read English and edit and write if needed. So the scholars must learn to read and comprehend and improve over what ChatGPT has given them. They must learn to write down good English. It will probably only occur when students read books.

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