Universities Banned ChatGPT by Raising Concerns About Student’s Learning Posted on January 30, 2023 News By Akta Yadav 73 Views Banned ChatGPT :- Introduction The US-based artificial intelligence tool "ChatGPT" can write everything from essays and emails to lab reports, assignments and university exams with such ease that it is difficult to distinguish if the content was created by a human or an AI-based technology. ChatGPT's rising popularity is making teaching difficult, therefore, many colleges throughout the world have now banned it. Banned ChatGPT News Bengaluru-based RV University has banned the use of ChatGPT, an AI-powered application created by OpenAI in order to prevent students from cheating during exams, labs reports, and assignments. Other AI-based tools like GitHub, Co-pilot and Black Box have also been prohibited by the university and all departments have been alerted that unexpected checks should be made on students and their submitted work. Banned ChatGPT Previously, secondary schools in New York City had banned ChatGPT across all devices and networks because they were concerned about how it would affect students' learning as well as the content's accuracy and safety. Professional illustrators and educators argue that the introduction of AI tools may result in students showing less creativity and critical reasoning skills. Such tools might also undervalue the efforts put by students who obtain their grades in an honest manner. ChatGPT is distinct from other AI tools as it can respond to follow-up questions, translate text from one language to another, and generate content in a variety of languages. Banned ChatGPT Conclusion Several concerns have been expressed regarding the possibility for hackers to use ChatGPT to imitate human communication for illegal purposes. This chatbot with AI capability has a lot to offer, including rapid and effective customer service and individualized learning opportunities. However, there are also possible disadvantages to take into account, notably in terms of security.