The use of AI such as ChatGPT, a variant of the language model GPT developed by OpenAI, to assist students in writing essays raises a number of ethical concerns. On the one hand, AI-assisted writing tools have the potential to significantly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the writing process for students, particularly those who may struggle with language or writing skills. However, there are also valid concerns about the potential negative impacts of such tools on the development of writing skills, originality, and intellectual property, as well as issues of fairness and access. In this essay, we will explore the advantages and disadvantages of using ChatGPT for essay writing, and consider how we might regulate the use of AI in education in the future.
What happens when you put good people in an evil place? Does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? Philip Zimbardo, a psychologist and a professor at Stanford University posed the same exact question in 1971, thereby leading to what is known as The Stanford Prison Experiment (SPE). The experiment was originally created to uncover the truth about human nature, a more in-depth look on what our true ambitions were, what really drove us. Zimbardo began by choosing 24 volunteers, making 12 of them “guards” and the other 12 “prisoners”. They were taken to a prison simulation, a fabricated illusion to make the volunteers feel as if they were actually in prison. He began by giving the guards ultimate power and left the prisoners vulnerable. This evidently led to a distinction of power between the two groups. 45 years later, people still ponder the question that drove the experiment to its end. Was this study ethically right? The Stanford Prison Experiment was not ethically right, it stripped volunteers of emotion temporarily, forcing them to turn against each other and was physically harmful to the majority of the participants.
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