✨Premium Q&A #1 - Implications of the ASU+OpenAI Partnership & More
I answer Premium subscribers' questions, including one on how my students see AI.
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Welcome to AutomatED: the newsletter on how to teach better with tech.
Each week, I share what I have learned — and am learning — about AI and tech in the university classroom. What works, what doesn't, and why.
In this week’s piece, I answer the first set of Premium subscribers’ questions.
This is the first-ever AutomatED Premium subscriber Q&A. Last week, Premium subscribers submitted questions they had about AI, tech, higher ed, pedagogy, our new GPT, our forthcoming GPTs, our future writings, AutomatED itself, or … .
Today, I will answer four of these questions:
At AutomatED, you've been pretty open to AI in the classroom, like with those custom GPTs. You also help make assignments that AI can't do. Are your students cool with this stance? Do they get on board with your way of thinking?
Let’s dive in!
1. Might we see a surge in collaborations between higher education institutions and OpenAI, similar to the recent partnership with Arizona State University?
Yes and no.
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