eldedomedio t1_j7gn7b3 wrote

Finding a shared viewpoint as a point of departure during a conversation about anything is beneficial for joint exploration of positive thoughts and possible actions. Community and commonality are key.


eldedomedio t1_j68xy39 wrote

Not just ChatGPT - generative AI 'creating art'; AI doing deep fakes on voice, images and video; now even AI that will generate and copy cursive writing.

It's like somebody said, let's find the most destabilizing and disruptive uses of the technology and went ahead and did it. Or, people are clueless as to the effects of the technology when they create it.


eldedomedio t1_j5fsoay wrote

Assessments based on concepts of the students future needs presumes you know what the students are going to need. Things that are fundamental needs are better addressed. Using ChatGPT in developing lesson plans, grading, or writing essays is unwise because ChatGPT will give you wrong answers, generic answers, or not the same answer twice. It will give you citations that it made up. It has problems with basic math and distinguishing letters.


eldedomedio t1_j4bagrr wrote

One of the fundamental principles is to follow the law and regulations. Laws and regulations provide justice, treating all people equally and equitably.

These principles flow from morality. Autonomy, beneficence, non-malficence, justice.


eldedomedio t1_j493jjg wrote

Moral rules are the basis of the system of laws that make sure we have a society of human beings behaving well and in harmony. It is naive to imagine them derived solely as a result of logic. The term 'moral bloatware' is a loaded phrase.


eldedomedio t1_j1o0cuu wrote

No, it is too expensive. Beyond that, it's attempts to curate responses to queries is subjective and limiting. Getting a different response on subsequent same queries is a drawback also. And then there is the question of coverage. And then there is internet misinformation. So no.