Parent company of ChatGPT, OpenAI said that there is no way teachers can detect if their students have use the chatbot for assignments or any other tasks. There’s already a talk of opinions on social media about whether AI is useful for people or not.
Many people including software developers, creative professionals, students and even teachers are using the chatbot for increase productivity.
But, in some places including school assignments, it becomes unethical to use it.
Not only that, but the company has also mention that there is no possible way to identify if anyone including the teachers can identify the AI-generated content.
OpenAI said that technologies such as ChatGPT can occasionally be misled regarding AI-generated content, and it is difficult to prove the distinction between AI-generated and human-generated content.
As OpenAI has said that it has no idea which content is AI-generated.
There have many predictions that this issue may affect a certain set of students or professionals.
People learning a language can easily use the platform to complete their work and make tiny changes to get through the tools.
Even if AI detectors have improve in accuracy, people can still avoid detection by making tiny modifications.
While comapnies are clearly making efforts to develop more reliable AI detectors, the efficiency of the detection remains inconsistent.
If they are successful in cracking the code, it will be valuable for people detecting AI-generated information, particularly in the educational or professional sectors.
It is evident that more research and development are require to overcome the shortcomings and issues.
ChatGPT has turn out to be a boon and a bane at the same time for a lot of professionals out there.
Students who are learning English as a second language or those whose writing exhibits concise style may be particularly susceptible to false positives generated by these tools.
OpenAI said that teachers can make classroom teaching more interactive and fun.
They can also analyze student interactions with ChatGPT to observe critical thinking and problem-solving approaches.
OpenAI Said :
"Students can demonstrate their ability to interact with AI and their understanding of the shortcomings of AI systems. Educators can assess the quality of the questions ask, the relevance of the information obtain, and how well the student understood to challenge, double-check, and consider potential biases in that information,".