In December, a Furman University professor, Darren Hick, caught a pupil utilizing ChatGPT to jot down a remaining paper on a philosophical paradox. Hick failed the scholar and reported them to the varsity’s tutorial dean.
He instructed the New York Post of the essay, “It’s a clean style. But it’s recognizable. I would say ChatGPT writes like a very smart 12th-grader.”
Professors at different colleges say the bot writes wretched papers.
Penn State English professor Stuart Selber instructed Insider, “I’m not a huge fan of the gloom and doom. Every year or two, there’s something that’s ostensibly going to take down higher education as we know it. So far, that hasn’t happened.”
Muhlenberg University assistant historical past professor Jacqueline Antonovich took Selber’s ideas a step additional, pouring chilly water on ChatGPT hypothesis with a tweet: “I, a college history professor, input one of my midterm essay prompts in ChatGPT and the paper it produced would earn an F. Probably an F- if that’s possible.”