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.
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.
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.