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Opinion | Noam Chomsky: The False Promise of ChatGPT | The New York Times

Noam Chomsky: The False Promise of ChatGPT

The enthusiasm by Universities and teaching institutions for ChatGPT raises some serious questions for traditional systems of research, writing and authenticity. In my mind, even for the development and retention of our cognitive processes.

Avid adopters and proponents of this technology need to ask about the ethics of the algorithms and who actually decides, what filtration mechanisms are being used to better understand its potential for creating a society less capable of critical thinking, along with responses curated by biases conscious and unconscious .

Ask better questions”,  is the fall-back espoused by supporters, so here’s some food for thought on just this statement and ChatGPT from the revered Naom Chomsky.

Read The New York Times article.


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