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- Oslo schools introduce GPT 3.5-Turbo for students and staff.
- The solution protects personal data and is not used to train new AI models.
- New guidelines developed for ethical use of AI in schools.
Oslo takes a step towards the future with AI in education
The Oslo school system has taken a step into the future by implementing GPT 3.5-Turbo into its educational system. This decision changes the landscape of education and learning, with over 110,000 students and teachers now having access to this AI.
The initiative is a response to the increasing digitalization and access to advanced tools through mobile phones, necessitating a reevaluation of pedagogical strategies.
Adapting teaching and evaluation methods
Trond Ingebretsen, division director in the Education Agency, highlights the need to adapt both teaching and evaluation methods. With the introduction of GPT 3.5-Turbo into the education system, Ingebretsen compares this technological milestone to the introduction of the textbook, which revolutionized learning.
This new technology also brings new challenges, such as potential gaps in access and use of different versions of GPT technology. To address these challenges, Oslo schools have developed specific guidelines governing how students should use GPT 3.5-Turbo. These guidelines emphasize the importance of not replacing traditional learning with AI technology but rather using it as a complement.
News tip: Joakim Jardenberg