Over the recent weeks, millions of people have tried the new AI chat released by OpenAI, built on an upgrade of GPT3 (Generative Pre-trained Transformer). The tool uses a neural network to generate responses from data sourced from the internet. OpenAI, supported by Microsoft, also built and released the currently free DALL-E – an AI-generated art form.
By creating an easy user interface, the ChatGPT likely has many educators wondering about the future of learning. This platform will be rapidly improved when next-generation GPT4 models emerge, most likely early 2023 – meaning, it’s only going to get even better, much, much better.
AI already does and will continue to impact education – along with every other sector. Innovative education leaders have an opportunity (along with parallel emerging innovations in Web3) to build the foundation for the most personalized learning system we have ever seen. Using these tools, educators can design an equitable and efficient model for every learner to find purpose and agency in their lives – and the opportunity to help solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
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