Tech Tuesday: How teachers are using AI in the classroom
The flood of artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT and Bard has swept into all areas of life, including education.
Schools are grappling with how to handle the use of chatbots in the classroom.
Some districts are banning the use of AI entirely, concerned about plagiarism and academic misconduct, while others are embracing it.
In Newark, N.J., for example, teachers are trying out new AI-assisted tutoring bots in a national test-drive of the technology.
Educators in Ohio are attending training sessions to learn how to help students use artificial intelligence in a constructive way.
Coming up on Tech Tuesday, how teachers are using AI in the classroom. Plus, chatbots are entering the fast-food industry as well - but will AI get your order right?
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