AI vs human creativity?


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ARTIFICIAL intelligence has had such as impact on the world that the acronym “AI” was named 2023’s Word of the Year by Collins Dictionary.

While many wax lyrical over generative AI’s advances, the developments have also been greeted with cynicism, especially among those who champion human creativity. And while I am an advocate of using AI to enhance teaching and learning, a small part of me is indeed worried about the possible impact it could have on the originality and creativity of our younger generation – which is undoubtedly already using AI and will continue to do so for the rest of their lives.

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AI , ChatGPT , creativity , university students

   

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