This University Used ChatGPT to Tell Students About a Mass Shooting

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By Danni Button Chatbots are great for certain communications. This is not one of them. Thanks to its ever-growing base of knowledge input by users, the artificial intelligence chatbot known as ChatGPT can be used in a myriad of ways. There are some uses that seem like common sense to avoid, but the Peabody Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) at Vanderbilt University missed that memo when its office sent out a letter on Feb. 15 to students about an on-campus shooting that resulted in three student deaths, five injuries, and a four-hour shelter-in-place order. DON’T MISS: ChatGPT P…

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