Tag: TESOL

  • BingBot: First Impressions of Bing’s AI Chatbot.

    BingBot: First Impressions of Bing’s AI Chatbot.

    Let’s start with my own bias: Microsoft makes troubled products, and their constant rush to be first to market tends to make for bloated and confusing software. Most people talk about Zune or Clippy, but let’s stick with AI. Microsoft had a famously embarrassing kerfuffle with their first public attempt at using an AI Bot…

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  • A Brief Look at AI Detectors

    A Brief Look at AI Detectors

    Nearly as soon as ChatGPT was released, teachers couldn’t even catch their breath before announcements of so-called AI Detectors began to flood the market. They started with GPTzero, but it didn’t take long for more and more to show up. Open AI, the company that runs ChatGPT even had to build their own detector. But…

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  • The Moral Imperative.

    The Moral Imperative.

    Since the launch of ChatGPT, I’ve been asked to present at conferences, webinars, and school meetings about Artificial Intelligence and its potential impact on the classroom, teachers, and education at large. While I’ve been enjoying sharing and learning, there is one key message I’ve been compelled to push: As educators, we have a moral imperative…

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