AI and the Future of Assessment

Having listened to many educators from primary school to higher education over the last few months, the worries surrounding AI lie within assessment. The essay still rules in higher education and now there are worries beginning to mount. Turnitin say they can detect AI written pieces. The results say otherwise. …

AI and the Changing Face of Creativity

I am a failed art student…actually I’m a failed pre-art college art student. I love creativity but I know my limits. I can go so far with a sketch, do some good stuff with digital graphic design. I make a mean poster. I talk CRAP. I guess I have a …

The Art of Roles and ChatGPT (or how to begin jailbreaking)

Asking ChatGPT to write a summary or analysis of articles or papers will result in your usual mediocre writing style. You know, the “howevers,”, the “in conclusions”, the blahs…let’s begin with asking it the meaning of life: Yeah, great. Ultimately and in conclusion, we all knew that was the meaning …

What’s the difference between ChatGPT3.5 and ChatGPT 4.0?

The title of this blog post reads like the start of a lame nerdlinger joke. Actually let’s see how 3.5 and 4.0 finish this potential belly buckler… 3.5’s attempt: Booo! Garbage. And yes, I tried other prompts and role playing. If you want to test for ChatGPT, it’s simple…test for …

“Would you rather…?” random wheel spinner to use with students

Following on from racking my brains with coming up with other more engaging “ice breakers” for MS students the notion of “Would you rather…?” activities came about. Trawling the internet I found numerous websites with different degrees of appropriate questions and put them all in to a Wheel of Names …