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- Educators are battling a new reality: easily accessible AI that allows students to take immense shortcuts in their education — and as it turns out, many appear to already be cheating with abandon.
- Online course provider Study.com asked 1,000 students over the age of 18 about the use of ChatGPT, OpenAI’s blockbuster chatbot, in the classroom.
- The responses were surprising. A whopping 48 percent confessed they already made use of it to complete an at-home test or quiz. Over 50 percent said they used ChatGPT to write an essay, while 22 percent admitted to having asked ChatGPT for a paper outline.
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