ChatGPT News: Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool ChatGPT has been banned in many institutions around the world including India. But it has also been approved at one place.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool ChatGPT is being discussed continuously all over the world. The reason behind this is that this AI tool can answer many types of questions very easily. recently Chat GPT Passed the toughest law school exam in America. After this, there was an uproar in the educational institute regarding this. Keeping these things in mind, many educational institutes have banned it. However, an organization that has refused to ban the use of ChatGPT.
Actually, students will be allowed to use ChatGPT in IB board. International Baccalaureate (IB) board has decided not to ban ChatGPT. IB Board further said that school students will be allowed to use the content generated by Artificial Intelligence tools. IB Board is an academic program which is seen in place of A level course. It is taught in 143 countries around the world.
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ChatGPT should be adopted as an extraordinary opportunity
According to media reports, the IB board has told the students that they can use ChatGPT. However, if they use content that is generated from ChatGPT, they must also mention the same. Matt Glanville, IB’s Assessment Principal and Head of Practice, said ChatGPT should be treated as an exceptional opportunity, reports the Guardian.
Students can rejoice that they can use ChatGPT. IB Board has clarified that students can only use the content generated by ChatGPT as quotes. They have to be told that this is third party content.
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Glanville said, ‘Using ChatGPT is similar to the way people do their work by taking ideas from the Internet. Just like when material is taken from any other source, it is coated. Its information has to be given in the body of the text.
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