OpenAI Joins Forces with Arizona State University to Propel AI in Education

Srishti Dey
Srishti Dey January 19, 2024
Updated 2024/01/19 at 9:05 AM
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The IT giant OpenAI, which created ChatGPT, has signed a big contract with Arizona State University (ASU) in a move that may be considered revolutionary and a strategic step into the academic world. Through this partnership, ASU’s educational experiences will be transformed by utilizing ChatGPT Enterprise, a machine learning platform.

 A Scholarly Friend from a Viral Chatbot

In the wake of early concerns over the ramifications of ChatGPT’s human-like reactions, OpenAI has redirected its attention to promoting educational collaborations. The announcement by ASU to use ChatGPT Enterprise highlights a significant change in OpenAI’s course.

Progressing Teaching Instruments

Michael Crow, president of ASU, voiced hope for the revolutionary potential of augmented and artificial intelligence in education. With its reputation for improved security, privacy, and speed of access, ChatGPT Enterprise is set to become a crucial instrument for education.

Taking Advice from ASU’s Experience

OpenAI’s academic venture comes after earlier partnerships with organizations such as the Associated Press and the American Journalism Project. Starting in February, ASU will launch an innovative open challenge that encourages professors and staff to submit ideas for best-case situations, therefore promoting teamwork.

Assurance of Privacy and Security

ASU made it clear that OpenAI will not use university data for model training, highlighting ethical concerns. OpenAI should take great care to protect the confidentiality and security of prompts provided by instructors and personnel.

The Educational Odyssey of ChatGPT

The partnership between OpenAI and ASU is a big step toward advancing AI in education. As part of its commitment to ethical AI usage, the collaboration looks for new and creative ways that ChatGPT Enterprise can improve educational opportunities. As stated by Brad Lightcap, Chief Operating Officer of OpenAI, “We’re keen to learn from ASU and to work toward expanding ChatGPT’s impact in higher education.”

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