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The Right AI: Testing AI Platforms for Subject-Specific Suitablility

RWC tutors Luis Barba, Audrey Bergen, Daniela Gutierrez, Jack Stewart and Mattlyn Stricker review and give pros and cons on three popular AI platforms.

What is an AI?

A.I or Artificial Intelligence, is software created to combine the knowledge of technology with the emotional intelligence of humans.

Learning Objectives

  • Evaluate popular AI platforms based on standardized rubric

  • Determine suitability of AI platforms, by subject

  • Help educators navigate the use of AI platforms

We set out on a mission to research popular AI platforms to determine which would be best equipped to act as an educational tool for three different subjects: English, History and Communications.

 AI can not replace human content and should be used in place of a student's own work. That is PLAGIARISM. 

The purpose of this presentation is to highlight the ways the platforms could be useful for tutors. 

The Candidates

Google Bard-

Google Bard was first launched in February of 2023, 3 months after Chat GPT. Google is known for its innovation so it’s no surprise that they developed and released their own AI platform, on such a short timeline.

Chat GPT-

Chat GPT was first launched on November 30, 2022. It redefined standards for AI and has evolved across several versions. Each iteration has aimed to better assist users.

Perplexity AI-

Perplexity AI was launched in February of 2023. It is a stand alone platform, not affiliated with a specific company. It stands out among the crowd for its ability to accurately cite scholarly sources.

The Rubric-

Each of the above AIs was given the task of writing a paper within the target subjects: English, History and Communications. Using these responses, and based off of the rubric we created, our team evaluated each AI’s effectiveness.

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