✨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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In this week’s piece, I answer the first set of Premium subscribers’ questions.

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Today, I will answer four of these questions:

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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