This article analyses the implications of ChatGPT for academia – how should members of the academic world face this new technology? It explores cases that highlight both sides, examines current educational approaches with AI tools like ChatGPT and considers what may lie ahead for academics seeking to adopt or reject such technology as they continue their studies.
In this age of unprecedented acceleration and technological advancement, artificial intelligence (AI) has profoundly impacted every facet of our lives. Nowhere is this more evident than in content writing, where the AI platform ChatGPT holds tremendous potential to revolutionise academic writing and research. But despite its potential benefits, there are concerns that it could also lead to lower-quality work or even plagiarism.
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The COVID-19 has made the world realise that we should learn and adapt to new skills and changes to sustain the pandemic.
From schools to companies, every organisation had to recreate new strategies and policies during the pandemic to help their business and institutions survive. To stand up in this pandemic, individuals will need to reskill and upskill their talents, which will be discussed below in this article. In the following article, we offer eight skills an individual can apply in their daily activities throughout their lives within a post-COVID-19 world. The skills that would be crucial in this pandemic are:
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According to the COVID-19 (Miscellaneous Provisions) ACT 2020, it is stated that upon any declaration of an epidemic, which can prove to be harmful to the students, all educational institutions are allowed to close and start learning from a distance.
Soon after the lockdown announcement, the Ministry of Education decided to move to online teaching for pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary institutions during the lockdown period. They will also assist staff to implement this new type of learning. The government approved giving 2572 tablets to children under the Social Register of Mauritius (SRM) for poor households.
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