College students impacted by the increased presence of artifical intelligence on their campuses gave “The Story” their take on how the technology will affect them in the classroom and the job market.
AI has the ability to mimic human consciousness and complete tasks like writing essays, driving a family across the country or making decisions in a chess game, according to a previous Fox News Digital report.
ChatGPT, an AI chatbot, is gaining popularity among young people who can type in a writing prompt and receive an essay back in minutes.
“If you go into a library right now, you can see sort of everyone is using ChatGPT,” college junior Jay Ram told host Martha MacCallum on Thursday. “I think there are people who are using it for bad that are using it to write the essay for them, and there are people who are using it sort of like Google as, like, a research tool.”
While complex AI programming can aid students in showing them steps to complete a math problem or giving them ideas for their research projects, some Americans have voiced concerns about the impact programming has on learning.
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Campus Reform correspondent Tabatha Fajardo, who attends Stony Brook University, explained that while many Americans fear AI will be used to replace humans, the man-made programming cannot take away from authentic human connection.
“You can insert something into a program and they’ll create a haiku for you, but it will never take away from the human connection,” she said.
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