How Two Professors Harnessed Generative AI to Teach Students To Be Better Writers

Curated by Adrian Ruiz

Leave it to the big brains at Carnegie Mellon University to come up with innovative ways to use the power of AI to help students write better.

Professors Suguru Ishizaki and David Kaufer still worry that AI could be used by students in the wrong way but they also know that if used with the proper guardrails it can greatly assist students in the areas of writing that can be painful.

“When everyone else was afraid that AI was going to hijack writing from students,” remembers Kaufer, “We said, ‘Well if we can restrain AI, then AI can reduce many of the remedial tasks of writing that keep students from really [looking] to see what’s going on with their writing.”

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