Since last November when ChatGPT was unveiled, it has inspired an unparalleled amount of interest. Whether pro or con, one thing everyone agrees upon is that it represents a major advance in Artificial Intelligence and will be a disruptive force in our society. The articles that I originally cited for our group to read may be difficult to access. In recent weeks numerous other essays and podcast have appeared which are worth your time.
New York Times “What would Plato Think” Opinion piece by Zeynep Tufekci Dec.18, 2022
New York Times “Did a fourth grader write this? Or the new chatbot?" Dec. 26, 2022
New York Times “ Don’t ban Chatbot in schools. Teach with it.” Jan. 13, 2023
New York Times “ How ChatGPT Hijacks Democracy” Jan. 15, 2023
New York Times “ Alarmed my A.I. Chatbot, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach" Jan. 16, 2023
NPR (technology) A new AI chatbot might do your homework for you, But it’s still not an A+ student. By Emma Bowman
WBUR: How AI chatbot are changing how we write and who we trust
WBUR: First Person:how one teacher thinks AI could help his students
Join us for a lively discussion January 27, at 9:30 at the home of Annette Carnow, 16 Robert Reid Court. Seating is limited, so please register.
For our discussion in February, we will read Imani Perri’s latest book, South to America: a journey below the Mason-Dixon Line to understand the Soul of a Nation, which won the 2022 National Book Award for non-fiction. Her prose is poetic and her essays are illuminating.
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