Cheating With ChatGPT
Why last semester's wave of academic dishonesty was more a COVID problem than a ChatGPT one.
Like just about every other professor in the world, it seems, I've been dealing with my share of students who've tried using ChatGPT to write their assignments for them. Not unsurprisingly, this problem showed up to the biggest degree in my winter-term course, which involves some tricky coding in a mildly obscure language. (The language is Prolog, so it's not that obscure but it does work in an extremely different way from the Java and Python that most computer science students are used to, and it can take a while to get your head around. I don't think I even had my head around it until the second time I taught the course.)
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