The bell also rings for Artificial Intelligence: here’s how the technology of the future will change students’ lives.

From prof. with chalk in hand on the blackboard to the robot teacher. What until a few months ago would have seemed like a change from a science fiction film or novel has already become reality. An important university has decided to start an experiment with ChatGPT which promises to revolutionize the way we study and learn in the classroom. Let’s see all the CV details.

A major university and OpenAI have announced a partnership to bring ChatGPT into the institution’s classrooms. (

We understand that the leaders of the wealthy university have announced a partnership to bring ChatGPT into the institute’s classrooms. In an official press release we read that in this way the university intends to “improve student success, create new avenues for innovative research and rationalize organizational progress”. And the data says that, apart from a minority of students who use ChatGPT in a sly way, chatbots can be intelligently and usefully integrated into training.

Classroom teaching in the age of artificial intelligence

Starting from next February, therefore, the US university will begin to collect proposals and projects, from both teachers and students, for the potential applications of AI. Naturally, the most obvious is the use of ChatGPT as a personalized tutor during your studies.

At the moment AI at the University is a phenomenon only of this faculty, but there could soon be new applications

As Kyle Bowen, deputy chief information officer at Arizona State University, explains, "our faculty and staff were already using ChatGPT," and after launching the enterprise program, the idea of ​​contacting OpenAI directly for a project was born. joint.

In short, there are all the solid prerequisites for developing a valid system intended to support (and perhaps, in a more or less distant future, replace) traditional teaching. ASU has also begun offering engineering courses that deal with AI to promote literacy in this new subject. Of course, for the moment the news concerns Arizona, but it will certainly soon be proposed also in other university contexts – including Italian ones.

In recent days, for example, an agreement was announced with the Pennsylvania government to bring ChatGPT Enterprise to the computers of state employees. And OpenAI has also started a collaboration with the Pentagon. The first partnership between OpenAI and an educational institution (but certainly not the first with institutions) is destined to be – it must be said – a school…