Not a day has gone by in recent months where Nicholas Walker doesn’t get stopped by a fellow teacher in the halls of Collège Ahuntsic in Montreal’s north end, or receive an email about ChatGPT.
“They’re terrified,” said Walker, who teaches English as a second language.
The teachers who come to see Walker are scared of how ChatGPT — an artificial intelligence chat software that can generate original, human-like responses in a matter of seconds — is being used by their students.
Since OpenAI made waves in January with its chatbot, the technology behind the latest version, GPT-4 — released in mid March — has
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