A Nigerian female university student has caused a stir on social media after sharing a video of her marked script, which revealed that she scored zero on an exam she had submitted. In the video, the student displays her marked script, which has a note from the lecturer explaining that her answers were generated by Chatgpt, an AI tool and therefore received no marks.
The student admitted to using ChatGPT, a language model developed by OpenAI that uses machine learning to generate human-like responses to prompts, to write her exam. However, the tool ended up “screwing her up” as she received no marks for her exam. Her identity remains unknown.
Many netizens have criticized the student for cheating and copying verbatim from an online site, instead of paraphrasing or writing in her own words. The use of ChatGPT and other AI tools in academic settings has raised concerns about academic dishonesty and plagiarism.
While AI tools like ChatGPT have been used for various purposes, including writing essays and creative works, their use in academic settings has become a controversial issue. The incident with the Nigerian student highlights the need for students to understand the ethical implications of using such tools and the importance of upholding academic integrity.
In summary, the incident involving the Nigerian student who scored zero in her exam after using ChatGPT serves as a warning to other students about the risks and consequences of academic dishonesty and the importance of academic integrity.
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