Sept. 5, 2023, 4:42 p.m. | Rhiannon Williams, Melissa Heikkilä

MIT Technology Review

In the past year, kids, teachers, and parents have had a crash course in artificial intelligence, thanks to the wildly popular AI chatbot ChatGPT.   In a knee-jerk reaction, some schools, such as the New York City public schools, banned the technology—only to cancel the ban months later. Now that many adults have caught up with…

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