Are You Using ChatGPT in Your School or University? We Want to … – The New York Times

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We’re asking educators and students how they are using new A.I. chatbots for teaching and coursework.

Natasha Singer, a technology reporter, covers online learning.
New chatbots powered by artificial intelligence upended public schools and universities across the United States last winter. Some colleges and districts raced to block student access to the A.I. tools over fears they could enable widespread cheating.
Now, as the new academic year begins, some educational institutions are embracing the chatbots, while others are not. We’d like to hear about your experience.
We’re asking educators and students to tell us how they are using A.I. chatbots as education tools. We’d also love to know how the new A.I. tools have changed your academic life.
If you’d like to participate, please fill out the form below.
We will not publish any part of your submission without contacting you first. We may use your contact information to follow up with you. Please fill out this form only if you are 14 or older. If you are between the ages of 14 and 17, a reporter will ask to get in touch with your parent or guardian before talking with you further. No A.I.-generated responses, please.
Natasha Singer writes about technology, business and society. She is currently reporting on the far-reaching ways that tech companies and their tools are reshaping public schools, higher education and job opportunities. More about Natasha Singer