The ChatGPT Wake Up Call to Deal with Cheating

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In a recent article published in Inside Higher Ed, zyBooks co-founder Dr. Frank Vahid tackles the issue of cheating in higher education and proposes a solution involving the use of AI language models, such as ChatGPT, as a catalyst for instructors to combat cheating.

Dr. Vahid acknowledges that cheating has always been a problem in academia, but argues that the rise of online learning and remote proctoring has made it easier for students to cheat. While there are various technological solutions available to combat cheating, Dr. Vahid suggests that AI language models like ChatGPT can serve as a helpful tool for instructors.

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