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And here comes vision! ChatGPT's new feature applied to Team Alignment...

Let's assume that a consultant specializing in team alignment has conducted workshops with an executive board and a management board. The results are summarized in the map below. Can ChatGPT help  interpret the results and formulate recommendations? To some extent that I leave to your critical appreciation, it can! And in my eyes this might be the biggest breakthrough after the launch of plugins this year.  I demonstrate this new feature in my experiment at the end of the post.  Although the results are - as always with AI - not perfect yet and need critical analysis, this means that ChatGPT has been hit by a new wave of innovation with its new vision feature.  At its core, this technology lets the AI look at maps, graphs, and pictures and figure out what they mean and how to use them to gain insights. In a sense, it has given an AI chatbot the power to "see." It's impossible to overstate how important this progress is. When AI vision is added to ChatGPT, it goes from

An Ethical Framework for Exams and Continuous Assessment with AI

Throughout the history of education, a multitude of diverse and even contentious methodologies have been employed to assess knowledge and aptitude. Several assessment methods have been employed, ranging from oral examinations to written tests, all with the overarching objective of discerning the extent to which students comprehend the subject matter in a manner that is equitable, comprehensive, and optimal. In the present context, amidst the cusp of a forthcoming epoch, the ongoing discourse persists, albeit with a futuristic inclination. The emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has brought about transformative changes in the field of education, revolutionizing the tools and methodologies employed for assessment and evaluation. As we transition into this emerging era, it is crucial to discuss the implications for the fundamental principles and ideals of education. The conventional methods of assessment, commonly characterized by high-stakes examinations and standardized tests, ha