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With the talk of ChatGPT as the game-changer in education, training, and literacy, what actually changed was the training on non-thinking.
A colleague of mine who is an instructor was just so happy that ChatGPT is around to help him with case study formulation. I get the convenience but I fear the far greater implications to the education process where every student, faculty, trainer, and executive would just depend on the technology to tell them what to think and not just how messages can be permutated in million ways.
I believe that technology for good is good but technology without mediation, controls, and governance could spell doom for humanity. The already social media-raised generation is now saturated with every gizmos and gadgets so that they don't have to live the real life, work hard, and achieve success based on what they put in but live in virtual life where virtual reality is manufactured based on their preferred version of reality.
When I wrote my book, I relied mainly on basic editing software which is a great help for a professional with English as her second language. While this is so, I made sure that I write using my own voice, my wording, my inflections, which would make me different but also interesting. Imagine countless of books and manuals written these days where every wording, tone, content are regurgitated by AI and machines? We will sound exactly the same, as in robotic. We will be mouthing each other's messages and will echo what is mainly acceptable in the mainstream, whoever that mainstream dominant voice in the multiverse is.
The days of being unique is over. Conformity powered by technology here. But with all the investments in education, this is not something you would want to have attained after a number of years of schooling, higher education, executive trainings for professional development, and so on. If schools are not putting guidelines on this thing, we might as well homeschool our children so we they don't get what the machines pick and serve on a silver platter on to our kids' brains.
Get out of this conditioning before it's too late.
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