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Can ChatGPT Revolutionize Neuroscience Education?


Sam Staples

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Sam Staples

We have had a few discussion surrounding AI. In the article, "Can ChatGPT Revolutionize Neuroscience Education?," Jasmine Pathan discusses the benefits and limitations that ChatGPT presents to the academic world. Have you had any experiences with ChatGPT? Share those experiences and if you agree with Jasmine's evaluation of ChatGPT possible benefits and limitations.  

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Hugo Sanchez-Castillo

Chispas!!! (is an Spanish word that mean sparkles and is used for exclamation). Hard topic because Im a huge fan of the AI, but my experience with the ChatGTP is not so good. The reason is that, there is many uses that we were did not aware for it. For example making presentations without knowledge, writing homework without read the paper or the book chapter, write paragraphs without understand the source of the information, etc. However I believe that is not the fault of ChatGPT, is matter that we were not prepared for that, we didn't had regulations, or discussions about the use or abuse of this program. When I read the article of Jasmine I realize that is work is HUGE. Because she is doing something and she said something that I agreed with her: ChatGPT is a tool!!!... 

We need to make serious discussions about the use, not only between scientists, but students and professionals. Because the science needs the technology and take advance from that. But the technology can't replace the  researcher, the writer or the student. As teachers, we evaluated the students not the functioning of ChatGPT, when one student give us a paper written entirely with ChatGPT we are evaluating the program not the person.

Cheers

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Sai Lavanya Patnala

I fully agree with Jasmine's perspective on ChatGPT, considering it as a supplemental tool and being mindful of its limitations. It's important to acknowledge that it cannot override human cognition. I was excited to learn about its potential application as a learning tool in neuroscience education, where it can simplify complex concepts and personalize information to match an individual's comprehension.

In my personal experience with using ChatGPT as a writing tool, I've found it to help improve my efficiency. However, the output is not always accurate, and I've noticed several instances where the prompts are misunderstood. Therefore, I see ChatGPT as a helpful supplement to enhance human work efficiency, but I don't believe it can replace the actual human brain. I agree that AI tools can enhance learning efficiency, but we should be cautious about potential misuse, as Hugo mentioned. 

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