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ChatGPT has entered the classroom: how LLMs could transform education

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Despite risks, some educators see huge potential in using artificial-intelligence chatbots to enhance teaching and learning. Credit: Riccardo Venturi/Contrasto/eyevine

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Nature 623, 474-477 (2023)



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