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Writing with AI - do's and don'ts

Imagine sitting in an airplane that makes its way through the skies without a pilot, controlled only by a computer. For many of us, this would be an unsettling idea, as it involves fundamental trust and the assumption of responsibility.  Generated with Midjourney : find the error... Instinctively, we tend to trust a person more than a machine. It gives us a sense of security to know that an experienced person in the cockpit is in charge. This need for human responsibility is not limited to flying. It extends to all areas of our lives, including writing, calculating, acting, learning and teaching. It is a social responsibility that we as humans must uphold at all costs. I therefore appeal to all of us not to relinquish the role of pilots in our respective fields. The wheel must remain in our hands and not be left to the machines. While technologies such as AI should support us in our work, we must not lose sight of our core responsibility and social obligation. When writing texts, it is

How to augment a Course with AI and Student Personas

As an educator in the field of business analysis, I've always sought innovative ways to enhance the learning experience for my students. My latest experiment (see below) into this endeavor involved leveraging ChatGPT to not only understand the learning process better but also to tailor it to individual student needs. Here's a glimpse into this fascinating journey. It began with identifying eight phases of a learning process with ChatGPT. These phases ranged from orientation to reflection and evaluation, encompassing the entire spectrum of a student's learning journey. The goal was to understand how students navigate through these phases and how they could be supported in each step. Building on these phases, I adapted them into a model for student personas . This involved considering various aspects of a student's academic life, personal characteristics, and learning styles. From this model, I created ten distinct student personas. Each persona represented a unique c