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Among the millions of words written about ChatGPT, LamDA, Bard and Bing, and the excitement about rethinking assessment/ collaborating with artificial minds/ disrupting higher education (choose your pulse-raiser), this sentence felt significant to me. It’s from Nature’s Editorial of 23 Jan, and it explains that AI tools will not be credited with (co)authorship of any papers published in Nature journals because:

any attribution of authorship carries with it accountability for the work, and AI tools cannot take such responsibility.

The narrative around cheating students doesn’t tell the whole story. Meet the teachers who think generative AI could actually make learning better.

Stephen Downes (13/04/23)

Worth a look. Edubot is "a self-improving AI-based chatbot library that is completely platform-agnostic. Edubot intuitively jumps into conversations to give advice, make jokes, and add to the discussion. Its personality can be completely customised to suit the tone of different rooms."

New York Times (18/01/23)

Con el auge de las herramientas de IA generativa, muchos centros educativos reestructuran cursos y toman medidas preventivas ante la posibilidad de plagios masivos.
El mes pasado, mientras calificaba ensayos de su curso de religiones del mundo, Antony Aumann, profesor de Filosofía de la Universidad del Norte de Míchigan, leyó uno que, según él, era sin duda “el mejor ensayo de la clase”. Exploraba la moralidad de la prohibición de las burkas con párrafos limpios, ejemplos adecuados y argumentos rigurosos.