Hi Everyone! I hope you are all doing well. Welcome back to another blog. This article will discuss the topic in detail “Dubai University Responds to ChatGPT with a Simple and Effective Solution”. Dubai University takes the lead in the educational sector of the United Arab Emirates, as it offers its students top-tier education and cutting-edge facilities. During a recent interview, Dr. Ahmed Ali, the University’s spokesperson, provided ChatGPT with a response regarding a straightforward and efficient solution. The University’s response will be examined in this article to determine how it can assist individuals in achieving their academic objectives.
After discovering that a number of students in the ‘Introduction to Management’ course at Curtain University Dubai were using ChatGPT, an AI text generator, to complete their assignments, the university has decided to reintroduce handwritten exams. Students’ increasing use of the AI tool to complete their essays led to the decision. According to Daniel Adkins, Group Chief Executive of Transnational Academic Group, there was a noticeable difference in writing style between the AI-generated essays and those written by the students, making it easy to differentiate between the two.
During the Getex Education Forum held at Dubai World Trade Centre, Adkins made a statement that ChatGPT and other similar tools could potentially render universities obsolete in the future. Additionally, he revealed that a new strategy is being considered, which would mandate one-on-one sessions between students and teachers to verify the authenticity of their assignments, especially if they were written using an AI tool.
Furthermore, Adkins confirmed that his team is collaborating with the curriculum committee to reintroduce handwritten exams as a means of assessment in the future.
Italy was the first European country to ban the use of ChatGPT due to privacy concerns, and other countries such as China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea also followed suit. However, after implementing certain regulations, Italy later lifted the ban on ChatGPT. Last year, Elon Musk, one of the co-founders of OpenAI, described ChatGPT as “scary good.”
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