ChatGpt Releases "CheatGPT" For Students!
Ah, the digital age! A time when we can order a pizza, hail a cab, and now, apparently, cheat our way through academia with the help of a virtual assistant. just kidding! The new offering doesn't actually help students cheat. It just helps them. How? Enter CheatGPT, the latest and greatest in the world of AI-driven study tools. And by "greatest," I mean it's like having that one friend who always had the answers in school, but without the guilt of copying their homework.
Now, before you get all up in arms about the ethics of such a tool, let's take a moment to appreciate the sheer genius behind it. CheatGPT is designed to help students excel academically. That's right, it's not just about getting the answers; it's about understanding them too. With in-depth explanations, exam assistance, English translations, and even grammar corrections, it's like having a personal tutor in your pocket. And who wouldn't want that?
But wait, there's more! (I've always wanted to say that.) CheatGPT harnesses the power of GPT-4. For those of you who aren't tech nerds, that's like the Rolls Royce of AI models. Now, I know what you're thinking. "Frederick, is this just another way for students to slack off and not put in the effort?" To which I say, "No. It's not." It levels the playing field and provides a personal tutor that normally, only the rich can afford. Whether it's deciphering Shakespeare's old English or understanding the intricacies of quantum physics, CheatGPT is there to lend a helping hand.
For those of you worried about over-relying on this nifty tool, fear not! CheatGPT operates on a credit system. Each word managed by GPT-3.5 costs 1 credit, while each word managed by the swanky GPT-4 costs 20 credits. So, students can't just upload every single assignment they get into it. They have to use it where they need it. Again, just like an expensive tutor! You don't hire a tutor to help your kid in every subject. You hire them to help with the subjects they're struggling with. Same thing here.
In conclusion, CheatGPT is the future of studying. It's like having a super-smart friend who's always there to help, without the awkwardness of owing them a favor. So, whether you're a student looking to up your academic game or just someone curious about the wonders of AI, give CheatGPT a whirl. Who knows, you might just learn something new!
Frederick’s Crystal Ball: Using Generative AI will be like using a calculator was in the 70’s. My teachers prohibited because they felt it would make our minds lazy. Yet I can do chains of mathematical equations in my head, faster than anyone I know. So no, calculators didn’t make our minds lazy. Neither will GenAI. It will be like offering every student in school a personal tutor, and will level the playing field for students who are gifted but have committed the most egregious crime in the American Education System: Being poor. That is obviously a good thing! Bravo CheatGPT! Bravo!