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PhilPapers, Feb 02, 2023
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David Chalmers asks, what would count as evidence that large language models are or could be conscious? That doesn't mean they're sentient or aware of their own existence, just that there is some sense in which we can say what it's like to be an AI (just as Nagel asks, "what is like to be a bat?"). There isn't an operational definition of consciousness; that is, there...

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The Nature of Believing

Publicado en OLDaily el 02/02/2023

David Hunter, PhilPapers, Feb 02, 2023
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I am somewhat in agreement with this paper (which feels a lot longer than it is) in which David Hunter argues for a conception of mind that "has a rational agent at its heart, one whose acts, thoughts, and feelings can depend on how things are or could be, including how she is...

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Why We're Not 'Screwed' By AI

Publicado en OLDaily el 02/02/2023

Maha Bali, Reflecting Allowed, Feb 02, 2023
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Maha Bali argues that we need not worry about AI because there will still be plenty of work for people to do. For example, "teachers could focus on what they do best, what they cannot be replaced in." The argument is based pretty much entirely on the assertion that AI will not be...

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OpenAI, Feb 02, 2023
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This is a page provided by OpenAI, the makers of chatGPT, that educators should perhaps read before using it or, for that matter, complaining that it doesn't do this or that. "ChatGPT has no external capabilities and cannot look things up in external sources. This means that it cannot access the internet, search engines, databases, or any other sources of information outside of the...

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Lindsey Downs, WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies, Feb 02, 2023
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I'm sympathetic with the main line of argumentation in this article, but there's a disconnect that's glaring. The suggestion is that students aren't as good at tech as people suppose, so institutions and (especially) professors should think twice...

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British humor is a distinctive and eclectic blend of irony, sarcasm, wit, and absurdity. It is often characterized by its dry delivery, self-deprecating tone, and subtle undertones. British humor can range from witty one-liners and clever puns to more absurdist forms of comedy, such as Monty Python’s Flying Circus. British humor also often employs irony …

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Lección Como norma general, después de dos puntos se escribe minúscula, por ejemplo: (1) Hoy me voy a entregar en cuerpo y alma a una …

Mayúscula después de dos puntos: citas literales Sigue aprendiendo »

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Improvisation Blog, Feb 01, 2023
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I quite like Mark Johnson's take on the impact of AI in learning - to be honest, he had me interested as soon as he said there's no time to be worrying about how to 'stop students from cheating'. And his take on AI itself is useful: "AI is a silly description. 'Artificial Anticipation' is much better. The technology is new. It is not a database; it consists of a...

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Working with Broken

Publicado en OLDaily el 01/02/2023

Tony Hirst, OUseful.Info, the blog..., Feb 01, 2023
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As Tony Hirst reports, "OpenAI announce the release of an AI generated text identification tool that they admit is broken ('not fully reliable', as they euphemistically describe it)."...

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Asher Lehrer-Small, The 74, Feb 01, 2023
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I have always supported the idea of direct democracy. So it's interesting to see the idea implemented as an elective class at a Rhode Island school, where students were given the decision on how to allocate $10,000 of funding. The amount...

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Paul Prinsloo, Mohammad Khalil, Sharon Slade, Journal of Computing in Higher Education, Feb 01, 2023
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Learning analytics can be understood as a "data ecosystem with...

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Cailynn Klingbeil, University Affairs, Feb 01, 2023
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The dispute between Athabasca University and the Alberta government has been resolved for now with the university agreeing to increase its on-site staff count in the town of Athabasca by 30. But this is just one instance of a greater interest in government exercising more...

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Ben Dickson, TechTalks, Feb 01, 2023
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I've mentioned this sort of process in recent talks, though it is still technology in its very early stages. The idea is to tailor the input data for an AI to ensure it gets its facts right. Here we read about one...

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Country puns are a play on words that use the names of countries to create a pun or a joke. For example, one country pun might be “Why did Canada cross the road? To get to the “eh”mpire State Building!” These puns are often light-hearted and can be a fun way to bring humor to …

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