Many of us are concerned about the impact of ChatGPT and other AI tools on academic integrity.
How are we going to combat ChatGPT and other AI tools in our classrooms?
The major concern is that more and more students use ChatGPT to complete writing assignments.
Detecting AI writing with enough evidence to act will be a major challenge. As AI tools evolve, so do detection tools, but the detecting tools face higher expectations than those that create AI text, making it doubtful they’ll ever catch up.
Concerns about students shortcutting assignments using AI are very valid, and require creative restructuring of assignments.
While there’s no silver bullet to solve the problems AI-generated text pose, there are tools available to combat ChatGPT use in the classroom.
Let’s look at a few.
Tools to Detect AI Use in Writing Assignments
Here’s a video demonstrating how 3 popular AI detection tools work, and strategies that motivated students can use to defeat them.
Using AI for Good in the Classroom
Of course, AI isn’t all bad. In fact, when it comes to teaching entrepreneurship, it can be incredibly powerful. In our next post, we’ll show you the benefits of AI including how to:
- Teach your students about AI and
- Show them how it can help them quickly come up with new business models and experiments to test those business models
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