Educators ChatGPT
ChatGPT chat bot screen seen on smartphone and laptop display. (Shutterstock photo)

Schools may be out for the summer, but educators are still reckoning with the chaos that large language models (LLM) such as ChatGPT introduced to the classroom this year. 

“I think it’s really important that we as educators help students learn as much as possible about AI, its capabilities, limitations and its ethical considerations,” said Myke Healy, who chairs the AI task force at Trinity College, a private high school in southern Ontario. 

“Many of us are discussing the topic, at length, every day,” he said.

And yet few have been able to nail down an exact plan for when generative AI can be used, how it should be sourced and if it should be used at all.

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Fin DePencier is a journalist, photographer and filmmaker based in Toronto. Over the past few years, he has reported on the ground from Ukraine, Armenia, Lebanon and Kazakhstan as a correspondent for Palladium...