Did you realize that it’s only been about ten months since ChatGPT was released to the public? Seems like a lot longer, right?
I can’t say I was surprised by the reaction to the latest “society threatening” technology, especially from my colleagues in the education community.
Not the places people call “tourist traps”. The phrase itself.
There is no such thing. As with art, and so many other subjective topics, a tourist trap in the eye of the beholder.
Earlier this summer, New Yorker magazine published an opinion piece with the title The Case Against Travel.
As someone who loves to travel, I was intrigued.
The new school year started this week in DC. Out here in the burbs, kids have been in class longer. Some places in the country, they’ve been going since late July.
And almost all those schools likely have one thing in common: their current number one concern remains “learning loss”.
Certainly there must be some kind of tech fix for the problem, right?
Today is Labor Day, the official end of summer.
Unless you’re outside the US and Canada, using the meteorological delineation, or in the southern hemisphere.