Tag: AI

Tips for Using AI in Academic Writing

This post contains an example of how to declare the use of AI in academic work (see the ‘Methodology’ section below) as well as explaining triangulation as a way of verifying AI-generated information. Methodology OpenAI’s ChatGPT (September 25 Version) was used to define triangulation and present examples of it. The prompt given to ChatGPT was […]

How to Handle AI in Education?

In this post, I’m discussing the use of AI — specifically LLMs or large language models, also known as generative AI, of which Open AI’s GPT models (including ChatGPT) are prominent examples. I will first present a case for why detection and prevention of such models in education is not feasible or even possible. Then, […]

How to teach machines common sense? Solutions for ambiguity problem in artificial intelligence

Introduction The ambiguity problem illustrated: User: “Siri, call me an ambulance!” Siri: “Okay, I will call you ‘an ambulance’.” You’ll never reach the hospital, and end up bleeding to death. Solutions Two potential solutions: A. machine builds general knowledge (“common sense”) B. machine identifies ambiguity & asks for clarification from humans The whole “common sense” […]

A.I. – the next industrial revolution?

Introduction Many workers are concerned about “robotization” and “automatization” taking away their jobs. Also the media has been writing actively about this topic lately, as can be seen in publications such as New York Times and Forbes. New York Times: After Jobs Dry Up, What Then? Forbes: Now, Even Artificial Intelligence Gurus Fret That AI […]