Alexander Zhadan, a student of the Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH), who became famous for submitting his thesis written using a neural network to the examination committee, received a diploma, reports “Izvestia”.
When getting acquainted with the student's work, the members of the commission could not discern traces of the “presence” of AI, and when checking for uniqueness, the work scored 82%.
The precedent for the use of neural networks in education will be discussed during the “round table” on information policy, to which the author of the thesis himself received an invitation.
The event will also discuss ChatGPT, and how education will change with the use of neural networks.According to the student himself, there are no rules in education governing the use of artificial intelligence and neural networks.
ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence bot that analyzes the user's request and returns the most relevant response. Thus, he can carry on a conversation, give answers to questions, correct errors, write computer code, draw, write prose and even poetry.
According to “Izvestia” columnist Ivan Chernousov, ChatGPT could pose a threat to the business of search engines and voice assistants.