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Artificial intelligence: “I did an English homework on ChatGPT and the teacher didn't see anything”, admits a second-year student at a high school near Toulouse

Artificial intelligence: “I did an English homework on ChatGPT and the teacher didn't see anything”, admits a second-year student at a high school near Toulouse

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Two testimonials, a second-year student at a high school in the Toulouse region and a Master 2 student at the ENSEEIHT Engineering School in Toulouse, tell how the use of chatGPT changed their learning style.

“I used chatGPT in English, I knew other students were using it for research papers, the teachers didn't notice anything…” Charlene, a second-year student in a high school in the Toulouse region, said she was somewhat “fooled” without premises, but the temptation to question artificial intelligence was high.

“The funny thing is that you can ask him the same question, and in every way, his answer can be different and correct. For my English assignment, we had to tell the story of a hotel employee's vacation, and the AI ​​made five different essays. Because our words were so perfect for our situation, the teacher suspected something. . She only asked if anyone had helped me. »

“It helps me code”

Sonia, a Master 2 student at the ENSEEIHT School of Engineering in Toulouse, is fully subscribed to the chatGPT4 version. For his studies in computer science and artificial intelligence, he regularly uses AI to “help me code.” “At the beginning, we thought that chatGPT would revolutionize everything, but if you have a good basic knowledge its help is valuable, because it is wrong. On the other hand, it is very efficient in terms of text summaries, for syntax correction. »

“Don't put your brain to sleep”

The student explains that the user profile changes a lot. “Some students use it a lot, others are not against the principle. If we expect AI to do everything, we can quickly become stupid and put our brains on standby. I use it a lot to understand more about a subject, a comment that escaped a teacher, sometimes, We don't always pay attention to everything that is said in class. But it is very difficult to prove that artificial intelligence did everything…”

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