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Look, if everyone is worried about students cheating on essays for AI, instructors can just cheat right back.

I asked OpenAI to give me an essay question & make a rubric for grading. I had GPT-3 actually write the essay.

I then had the OpenAI grade the essay & give comments. ✅

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My dad tells me a college story about how all the students pooled together and had only one guy regularly go to class and tape record the lecture while everyone else skipped, and then one day the professor brought in his own tape recorder, hit play, and left.
 
Look, there is a strike at the UC and there is also potential to automate 85% of what graders do. I'm gonna leave the math to you but I'll tell you: supporting higher education also means not giving out mindless homework that is easily automatable on either end.
 
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There is some work on marking though, it seems to give either full marks or 0. That's not going to fly.
 
أحد أمثلة ChatGPT التي تستحق التأمل
1⃣ الاستاذ:يستخدم ChatGPT لكتابة سؤال المقالة التي يجب على الطلاب تسليمها وتحديد معايير التقييم
2⃣ الطالب:يستخدم ChatGPT للإجابة لكتابة المقالة المطلوبة في 1⃣
3⃣ الاستاذ:يستخدم ChatGPT لتصحيح مقالة الطالب في 2⃣ وتقديم النقد

واكتملت الدائرة..
 
homebrew bicameral mind
 
The "AI cheating apocalypse" as an infinite loop. A thread simultaneously hilarious and chastening.
 
요거 보고 한국어로 좀 따라해봤는데 재밌네요. pic.twitter.com/P6DmGBvjwS
 
 
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holy shit - this is really remarkable (and--maybe it's the luddite in me--absolutely terrifying!)
 
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I could see this impacting a ton of legal writing from law schools to @LegalZoom @donotpay to lots of standard legal filings, even orders & date anyone say, opinions. Have you seen it getting tested out any? If @courtlistener’s archive was fed it, what might result?
 
So this is where we are in the early days of AI.

If this is what a generalised AI system can do now imagine what a task specific AI will be doing in 5 years time, having been fully trained in you subject area.

The future is here. It’s just lying in wait for you.
 
This is going to hit singularity pretty quick.
 
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Spar tid, og la greia skrive en vurdering av stud-/elevenes innlevering. Det kan sikkert òg brukes til å skrive svar på en eventuelt klage
 
interesting as this is to us AI enthusiasts, don’t underestimate the coming storm in IRL teaching.

Having a machine that can turn out a “pretty good” essay, that isn’t detectably plagiarised, is going to cause a lot of headaches…
 
The dystopian future of academia - an AI-based tête-à-tête mediated by humans and our quaint submission and marking systems.

Who’s working on a better way of encouraging, nurturing and scaffolding transformative learning experiences?
 
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Everyone is responding "handwritten essays" but look, when I have 100 students in a single class I barely have time to answer their *emails*.
 
Opettamisen tulevaisuus AI chatbottien aikana pic.twitter.com/2dguE3O1F8
 
Take a look at this AI generated assignment, rubric, essay and feedback comments. This will be very hard to detect. Glad we have vivas for our projects. @UniSurreyBioSci @ItsLongLi @TeachingBioche1 @RalphManders @SurreyDietetics @fueledbybananas
 
very soon all coursework will need to be done in exam conditions, as any homework just cannot be trusted as authentic - be that art or essay or poetry
 
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Profs could solicit in-class writing samples, train AI on them (one model per student), then use another AI to figure out whether a student’s essay is their own or was written by someone or something else. Or, you know, just tell the students that's what you're going to do.
 
 
 
I was playing around with the new AI. It is powerful. Most human roles devoid of empathy and wisdom will likely be easily replaced sooner than we might think.
 
AI shock is here.

And everybody is having a good chuckle, but bear in mind that this is just getting started.

LLMs encode general knowledge the world wide and an inch deep. Now let them also use the internet.

Human-like AGI and machine consciousness are coming. In this decade.
 
This is crazy. Just have the bots replace the teachers and the students.
 
I guess my work as a Prof is done.

Now just gotta write my articles.

Oh, wait.
 
Sending this to my wife who does college essay consulting ->
 
Binnenkort kan ik al mijn werk outsourcen. Studenten ook.
 
If you just feed a student's A-level and GCSE work into an AI to write the essays based on the AI generated questions, and then mark them using AI you can actually cut out the "going to university" part of going to university and save a lot of money
 
If I were an AI plotting to take over the world, this is exactly what I'd do:

Have students and teachers of knowledge fight over who could use me the quickest in their stead...
 
So basically, it’s just not worth going to Uni anymore.
 
👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
 
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I spent a lot of time responding to government RFPs. They are very structured and it looks like responses are ripe for AI takeover, though I wouldn't bet $millions on them developing an accurate cost and risk assessment.
 
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I’m more concerned about the answer… this is MBA material? We just ignoring foreign exchange, subsidies, corp bureaucracy, fear, shareholder demands, monopolies, resources, supply chains, labour law, domestic politics … 🫠
 
Smart. Alternatively, chuck assignments all together. There are other more interesting ways to assess students!
 
 
Thread🧵 unrolled: https://t.co/Toiuhl5V68
 
AI will be to studying what medicine is to sports.. There will be legal and illegal ways but it'll be really hard to succeed without it.
 
 
GPT3 gonna change a lot of our industries in drastic ways.
 
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Is this real?? Looks like a dream for HR/recruitment teams?!
 
 
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I just finished something and then checked my work. pic.twitter.com/54YPdvnCuF
 
 
 
Cheating the cheaters .....
 
Teach 👏 students 👏 how 👏 to 👏 make 👏 technology 👏 work 👏 for 👏 them

design essay questions that assume students will use AI
 
It's easy to "hear" the robotic tone in the AI language. But is also very clear that AI tools are going to make it really important for our society to be able determine when a human is involved in an interaction.
 
This shit fucking sucks. Ugh! I hate it!!
 
The AI utopia we are going towards in higher Ed and academia.

Now, who can help me use OpenAI or GPT-3 to answer #Reviewer2 questions and comments?
 
 
Bara ef við værum svona íslenskt AI
 
In reply to @emollick
80 points for 10 sec of work, seems more than fair xD
 
 
Google need to respond quicklyyyy
 
It makes me wonder if people would still have integrity in the future of AI.
 
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Ngeriiiii, tp bisa lah dicoba hahaha
 
Dulu mikir,

"Ah gak mungkin sih AI, bisa gantikan para pekerja kreatif, masa iya AI bisa buat gambar, atau nulis."

Sekarang, pemikiran ku udah gak valid.

It scared me, but make me curious as well to wonder what kind of role for me in the future.
 
 
 
The future of education is already here
 
 
 
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It won't be free though
 
humanos: não, não podemos deixar máquinas continuarem aprendendo como nos substituir melhor

também humanos: tá mas só mais um pouquinho
 
 
Die Anwendungsmöglichkeiten für KI im Deutschunterricht sind… mannigfaltig 😬
 
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Run this in a loop for 1 billion topics, iterating on the model and creating new training data. That's how you get GPT-4. Just kidding.
 
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Looks quite robust for this task.
 
first time i've ever worried that paperclips might actually be real
 
 
beating em in their own game
 
This is straight up sorcery 🤔
 
 
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If anyone does this they are a piece of shit and should turn in their degree
 
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Open AI og GPT3 kommer til å redusere bruken av små språk som norsk ganske dramatisk tror jeg
 
Professors can be replaced by machines, good to know.
 
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To be honest, a lot of this sounds boilerplate. The suggestions for improvement sound like they could apply to any attempt.
 
This has to be the wittiest use 😂👌🏻
 
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ok I'm angry because I thought we could just use adversarial learning to make the prompt harder and in playing around with concepts I stumbled upon an actual connection I forgot I knew, and now I don't know whether that's why I mashed them up
 
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Take care, it also just invents stuff that sounds true! When you then ask for the sources you see quite often they don't even exist, but were generated to look realistic.
 
This has the subtle but pragmatic use case that if you have an area of study you would like to investigate independently you can do so using such AI
 
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Can anyone tell the best AI website for improving writing
 
the unbearable triviality of being! this is brilliant!
 
 
It’s OpenAI all the way down! 🐢

This thread is awesome 😂
 
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