Since the unveiling of ChatGPT, the grapevine regarding the future of humans versus AI has been on the rise. With implications for nearly all industries, AI tools like ChatGPT are bound to leave people with mixed reviews. However, this isn’t the first time disruptive technologies have caused a major scare among the masses. But, should we all be worried?
Or is it better to assess the impact of ChatGPT on the education sector and eLearning industry and how we can leverage it for the better?
We will know the answers in a while based on our up close and personal experience with ChatGPT.
One-on-one with ChatGPT
Just like you, we had plenty of questions to ask but we shortlisted the following 6 questions for our first conversation with ChatGPT regarding the future of the education industry:
- I want to know how AI is going to impact the education industry in the next three years.
- What about the latest AI tools like ChatGPT? How will they impact the education industry?
- What about eLearning? Will it be prevalent in the coming years or people will go back to the traditional forms of learning such as offline, classroom-based learning?
- How will ChatGPT and AI support the existing eLearning practices?
- Can ChatGPT and Learning Management Systems go hand in hand?
- How can humans help ChatGPT in the betterment of the online education industry?
Let’s see how this AI tool responded to each of these questions.
The impact of AI on the education industry in the next three years
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Impact of ChatGPT on the education industry
Future of eLearning
How will ChatGPT and AI support the existing eLearning practices?
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Can ChatGPT and Learning Management Systems go hand in hand?
How can humans help ChatGPT in the betterment of the online education industry?
We received pretty decent answers from ChatGPT which proves two things. First is that the AI tool is working alright, at least for now. Second is that it should be taken as yet another product of disruptive technologies that are going to change our life for the better.
AI and tools like ChatGPT are not going to take our jobs. Just like computers, they are likely to eradicate redundant roles but will create new ones as well. There is no need to be scared of something that is developed by humans and will be dependent on them to function properly.
— EDLY (@edly_inc) January 18, 2023
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