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A.I. tools like ChatGPT did not boost the frequency of cheating in high schools, Stanford researchers say. According to new research from Stanford University, the popularization of A.I. chatbots has not boosted overall cheating rates in schools. In surveys this year of more than 40 U.S. high schools, some 60 to 70 percent of students said they had recently engaged in cheating — about the same percent as in previous years, Stanford education researchers said.
Stanford education scholars Victor Lee and Denise Pope discuss ongoing research into why and how often students cheat. The launch of ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots has triggered an alarm for many educators, who worry about students using the technology to cheat by passing its writing off as their own. But two Stanford researchers say that concern is misdirected, based on their ongoing research into cheating among U.S. high school students before and after the release of ChatGPT.  
Javier Pastor Xataca (18/05/2023)
En estos meses hemos oído y leído como ChatGPT plantea el fin de los deberes de toda la vida. Los alumnos pueden utilizar la herramienta para redactar trabajos y completar tareas impuestas en clase, y eso preocupa cada vez más en el entorno académico. Lo que ha ocurrido estos días es distinto, porque quien ha usado ChatGPT no han sido los alumnos, sino un profesor. El resultado, por cierto, ha sido desastroso.