Artificial intelligence and Education

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The dramatic increase in online learning during the COVID-19 violence has raised concerns about the role of technology in exam monitoring - and student cheating.

Some universities have reported additional cheating during the epidemic, and similar concerns arise in climate where technology that allows automated writing continues to improve.

Over the past two years, the creative ability to produce writing has skyrocketed, especially with the development of the so-called GPT-3 language generator. With this, companies like Google, Microsoft and NVIDIA can now produce "human-like" text.

Artificial intelligence in writing has increased the level at which universities and schools will measure what academic misconduct is, such as cheating and As experts interested in integrity in academic and professional, community and teacher work, All must believe that teachers and parents should, at the very least, pay attention to these important events.

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Over the past year, COVID-19 has pushed more students into online learning - a field in which teachers may become less familiar with their students and thus, perhaps, their writing.

While it is still difficult to predict the future of these technologies and their implications for education, we can try to identify some of the major trends and trends that will impact teaching, learning and research.

AI and academic writing


Advances in AI technology have led to new tools, products and services being provided to authors to improve content and performance. As these developments, soon every article or essay can be composed and written entirely with artificial intelligence. In schools, the results of these developments will no doubt shape the future of learning, writing and teaching.
The problems of immorality are already widespread

The use of technology in educational writing is widespread. For example, many universities are already using text-based identifiers such as Turnitin, while students may be using Grammarly, a cloud-based writing assistant. Examples of writing support include automated text production, extraction, prediction, mining, form filling, pronunciation, translation and transcription.

Misconduct concerns are already widespread


Research has shown that anxiety about academic misconduct has spread to higher education institutions in countries Canada and abroad.

In Canada, there is little data on levels of misconduct. A study published in 2006 based on the data of many graduates of 11 higher education institutions found that 53 percent reported being involved in one or more serious cases of plagiarism, which was described as copying material without text, copying information almost verbatim. , submitting work done by another person, filing or falsifying a textbook, sending paper they purchased or received from someone else for free.

Academic misconduct is almost unheard of in all Canadian institutions of higher learning.
There are various types of academic integrity violations, including cheating, contract cheating (where students hire other people to write their papers) and cheating on exams, among others.

• If a portion of the text was 49 percent written by AI, and the other 51 percent written by man, is this considered a first project?
• What if the story was 100% AI written, but the reader wrote the codes for himself?
• Do the same rules apply to students as they do to studies and researchers?

We ask these questions in our research, and we know that in all of this, teachers will need to consider how writing can be effectively tested or evaluated as these technologies develop.

Technology & educational innovation


A major concern is the ongoing movement towards increasing education volatility where education technology companies are providing material such as writing tools as proposed solutions to various “problems” within education.

An example of this is the automatic assessment of a student's work, such as the automatic grading of a student's writing. Many commercial products are already available for inclusion in the default category, although the ethics of this technology will still be fully evaluated by experts and educators.

Overall, the traditional environment surrounding academic integrity and ownership is rapidly corrected as a result of technological advances. Such technological advances have also raised concerns about the shift in professional teacher training and the expected new growth of digital literacy in critical workplaces.

Thank you for reading …

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@Winy

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Hi @winy Your publication is really interesting and exciting, especially for those of us who love writing. While AI writing has many different uses, the most basic use is that it enhances the work of a human writer. AI writing, for example, can be used for editing. By making small, complex changes to the text, it can modify the story itself. Best regards and thanks

Greetings @aplausos,

Thank you so much for appreciating : )