OpenAI’s ChatGPT Banned in New York City Public Schools
ChatGPT was prohibited on school devices and WiFi networks in New York City public schools on Tuesday. The OpenAI-powered chatbot, which was unveiled in November, swiftly gained traction with the public – and attracted the ire of worried groups. In this scenario, the concern is that students would stymie their learning by cheating on examinations and submitting essays that they did not compose.
ChatGPT (short for “generative pre-trained transformer”) is a stunningly remarkable application that provides a glimpse into the positive and negative aspects of AI’s enormous capability. It can answer fact-based inquiries and compose essays and articles that are frequently impossible to distinguish from human-written material, much like a text-producing version of AI art (OpenAI is the same firm as DALL-E 2). And as AI advances, it will become more difficult to distinguish the difference.