Chatbots Can Revolutionise Education, But Equal Access Remains A Challenge

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By The Conversation Sam Illingworth, Edinburgh Napier UniversityThe pandemic forced many educational institutions to move to online learning. Could the rise of chatbots, including OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard, now further improve the accessibility of learning and make education more obtainable for everyone? Chatbots are computer programmes that use artificial intelligence to simulate conversation with human users. They work by analysing the context of a conversation and generating responses they believe to be relevant. They have been trained on massive data sets of human language, allowi…

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