Casting the Net – What do teens need to know about ChatGPT?

Casting the Net – What do teens need to know about ChatGPT?

There have been big steps forward in AI over the past decade.

From online shopping to streaming platform, or using the apps on our phones – AI is already changing how we live, learn, and work.

One of the AI developments that has attracted a lot of attention since it came on the scene late last year is ChatGPT. 

With people excited about the possibilities that it may provide, but also sparking a lot of ethical concerns too.

To find out more, Emma from the Webwise Youth Panel spoke to Science and Technology journalist Elaine Burke. Elaine is host of the For Tech’s Sake podcast, a co-production from Silicon Republic and The HeadStuff Podcast Network.

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