"The bot is more of a synthesizer than a critical thinker. It would do well on a compare-and-contrast essay, but is less able to create a unique thesis and to defend that thesis."
Suggestion: Instead of testing students on how good they are at memorizing facts [which they can easily get he internet)] drill students on:
Some teachers are already "recognizing the instructional value of ChatGPT for deeper, more engaged learning."
"Adam Stevens remarks, ChatGPT is only a threat if our education system continues to 'pursue rubric points and not knowledge.'"
"ChatGPT and other similar tools can often get things very wrong. They don’t pull facts from databases. Rather, they are trained to generate new text that sounds natural. They remix language without understanding it, which can lead to glaring mistakes."
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