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OpenAI Releases Teacher Guidelines for ChatGPT
As ChatGPT's popularity in classrooms rises, so do concerns about academic integrity. But OpenAI is aiming to address such worries head-on with a new set of guidelines “Teaching With AI“ for instructors.
With ChatGPT's exponential growth, faculty have questions about how its use may impact students. In response, OpenAI shares best practices for conversation prompts, how the AI assistant works and what it can't do. Detection of biases are also covered.
The guidance is meant to empower teachers when deciding if ChatGPT fits their lessons. Some edtech professors are already getting creative - one uses it as a debate opponent while another leverages it for lesson planning support.
However, OpenAI cautions that while ChatGPT can be helpful, it isn't flawless. Incorrect information may surface so teachers must fact check responses. Additionally, it won't be a good fit for every classroom.
Ultimately, instructors know their learners best. The manual provides transparency so educators can evaluate ChatGPT's classroom potential themselves. With OpenAI arming teachers with knowledge, chatbots and learning may peacefully coexist.