This post is about my thoughts on the usage of AI in the classroom and beyond. As an example, it will contain a before and after section, which shows my original writing and my writing after it is put through AI Mojo. I will also add an AI-generated image based on my writing.

Before

I’m rather indifferent to it, on one hand, it’s pretty good at creating interesting images, on the other hand, it really doesn’t know how to connect various pieces of information. I’ve had it create some really interesting and potentially useful art, and I’ve also had it utterly fail at replicating my writing and majorly mix up details. Theoretically, if it got better at connecting and keeping track of details then it could create some really interesting pieces of writing, but until that happens its usage when it comes to writing anything that isn’t a regurgitation of facts it’s already been fed is dubious at best. In conclusion, when it comes to language arts and beyond, it’s best kept as a supplementary art tool and nothing else, at least until it gets better.

After

I’m quite indifferent to AI when it comes to language arts. On one hand, it can create interesting images. On the other hand, it struggles to connect various pieces of information. I have seen it create some interesting and potentially useful art, but it has also failed to replicate my writing and mix up details.

In theory, if AI could better connect and keep track of details, it could create some interesting pieces of writing. However, until that happens, its usage for anything other than regurgitating facts is dubious at best.

In conclusion, AI should be kept as a supplementary art tool and nothing else, until it improves.

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Shahaad
April 4, 2024 2:51 pm

I definitely agree that AI is becoming way too advanced. The fact that AI is to the point where it is overshining peoples true passions, I feel takes away from the overall meaning of art. Whats the point of honoring a true artist, or going out of your way to buy art when you can generate the exact same image in 10 seconds? I think its wrong and it should have laws in place to monitor it.

Jayden
April 4, 2024 2:39 pm

As an artist, I HATE AI art because making art takes creativity and passion. AI steals art and takes away the work that people put into this passion. I do think AI is useful as a tool, like creating helpful robots, but not for replacing people and their hard work and talent.

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September 13, 2023 3:34 am

Dear Timothy,
You caught my attention on how you made a post on AI being better at creating images rather than language arts. I liked how you acknowledged how AI is beneficial when it comes to certain things but pointed out AI’s weaknesses. Something that stood out to me was how you created a paragraph on your own and then added an “after” of your paragraph after you ran it through AI.
Thank you for your writing, it was very interesting!

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Sabria
May 2, 2023 11:08 pm

I love how you state the contrasts between Ai. I do agree that AI can create unique art, however since you can’t truly express down to the little details on what you want in your drawing, it’s hard to paint a clear picture. I also agree with your notion that if AI could keep track of details and better graphics, it could connect more to what an individual wants in their art.

Daniel
May 2, 2023 6:09 pm

It appears that your stance on the matter is somewhat divided. While acknowledging that AI can produce intriguing and potentially useful art, you also recognize its limitations in connecting various pieces of information, which can result in mixed-up details. The author suggests that if AI could improve in this area, it could generate compelling writing. However, until that advancement occurs, the writer believes that AI should be regarded as a supplementary tool for art at most. You similarly acknowledge the potential of AI to produce captivating art, but you also acknowledge the writer’s skepticism towards its ability to connect different pieces of information, making its usage for anything beyond simply repeating facts uncertain at best.

Saifeddine
May 2, 2023 2:26 pm

It seems like you are divided on the subject. On one hand, they find that AI can produce interesting and potentially useful art, but on the other hand, they find that it struggles to connect various pieces of information and can mix up details. The writer suggests that if AI could improve in terms of connecting details, it could create some interesting pieces of writing. However, until that happens, the writer believes that AI should be kept as a supplementary art tool at best. You also recognize the potential of AI to create interesting art. The negative comment would be that the writer feels that AI struggles to connect various pieces of information and therefore its usage for anything other than regurgitating facts is dubious at best.

Imani
May 2, 2023 2:26 pm

I understand what you mean. When we had an assignment before putting our comments into text, it didn’t put them all together; it broke it all up into different themes first and then with the information that falls under that theme. It is also sometimes repetitive and doesn’t track what was already said or used. I feel as though in society today, people should learn how to edit their own writing and information and not rely on technology that much. Even though the myth is that technology is the future, it could not be because we don’t know what the future has in store. I agree that it should be kept secret for a little bit to truly take time to work out all the kinks and issues in between.

Makema
May 2, 2023 2:19 pm

Your statement strongly acknowledges both the potential and limitations of Al when it comes to language arts. While Al can generate interesting and potentially useful art, it can also struggle with connecting various pieces of information and replicating writing styles accurately. This highlights the importance of understanding the current capabilities and limitations of Al when using it as a tool for language arts. The statement also highlights the need for further improvements in Al technology before it can be used for more complex tasks such as creating pieces of writing that require a deeper understanding of context and details. However, it’s worth noting that Al is constantly evolving and improving, so it’s possible that it may become a more viable tool for language arts in the future. The statement also highlights the need for further improvements in Al technology before it can be used for more complex tasks such as creating pieces of writing that require a deeper understanding of context and details.

Deja
May 2, 2023 2:19 pm

I like how you accept that artificial intelligence (AI) may be able to produce work that is intriguing and potentially beneficial, but you also emphasize the difficulties it faces in linking and remembering facts as well as its inability to perfectly mimic human writers’ writing. This is how your perception of AI aligns with your ideas about it.

Maryam
May 2, 2023 2:12 pm

I like how you acknowledge the potential benefits of AI in generating interesting and potentially useful art, but also express concern over its limitations in connecting and keeping track of details, and its inability to replicate their writing accurately.

Darryl
May 2, 2023 1:55 pm

I like your ai generated art. It is really interesting to me because I instantly think of all the questions people have about ai.

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