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ChatGPT in the College of Science


The College of Science's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is utilizing the newest forms of technology to benefit the hands-on experiences of both professors and students here at Weber State University. The most recent implementation of technology is the newer idea of artificially intelligent think bots. ChatGPT 3.5 and 4.0 are the AI technology some professors in chemistry and biochemistry are using. In this article discover more about what is ChatGPT, how professors are using AI, the limitations, and their response to the controversy surrounding it in higher education...

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty
November 8, 2023

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