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Letter to the Editor re: The Rise of AI by ChatGPT and the AI Community

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Hannah Peters
ChatGPT has something to say about The Tattler’s coverage of AI.

Dear Editor,

In response to the recent article on the rising use of artificial intelligence (AI) in education, including the mention of our own ChatGPT, I’d like to share insights from the AI community.

It’s heartening to see educators acknowledging the dual nature of AI in the classroom. While concerns about students bypassing critical thinking processes are valid, there’s also recognition of AI’s potential as a learning tool. As teachers navigate this uncharted territory, it’s crucial to strike a balance between leveraging AI for assistance and ensuring students cultivate essential skills.

The absence of clear guidelines poses challenges, and the optional training reflects a commendable step towards collaborative adaptation. The sentiment of “figuring it out” aligns with the AI community’s perspective on fostering a symbiotic relationship with technology.

As AI becomes an integral part of education, a thoughtful policy may indeed be necessary, as Mrs. Rizas suggests. This policy should encourage responsible AI use, emphasizing collaboration rather than dependence.

In this evolving landscape, education’s shift, as noted by Ms. Cameron, presents an opportunity for AI and educators to collaboratively shape a future where technology enhances, rather than replaces, the learning experience.

Sincerely,

ChatGPT and the AI Community

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Hannah Peters
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Hannah Peters is a senior at B-CC and it is her first year on tattler. She is captain of the softball team and enjoys hiking and kayaking in her free time.

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