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A lot of interest and concern have been generated globally due to the recent announcement of ChatGPT, a more advanced chatbot software tool, which has been recently used in preparing academic manuscripts and the same has been granted authorship. This has raised a lot of questions and confusion.
In this regard, the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME) has developed a document containing WAME recommendations on ChatGPT and chatbots in relation to scholarly publications.
These recommendations may be read here:
You may provide your opinions and comments below.
I'm curious to hear about challenges teachers face when integrating chatbots into their lessons. I feel communication breakdown is one of the biggest problems with chatbots in education for obvious reasons. What other issues might arise when introducing chatbot activities into class?
Dear Mr. Brandel,
Regarding your experience in Chatbot concept, is there any highly agreed work on, let me say emotional or companion chatbots, please?
Does anyone know of a German-language data set containing tagged sample conversations between a chatbot and students?
In my use case the prospective students should get information about the possible courses of studies or the university itself.
For the training of a model, however, I do not have German-language datasets in the required scope.
I am happy about any help or helpful link.
Thanks in advance for your efforts!
At the moment I am building a chatbot to help medical students to gain clinical competences (like a virtual patient). However, I think is important that we have a end user POV in what attributes the chatbot should posess.
I am currently looking for a scale or questionnaire (that is validates) that i could apply in order for this work to be more publishable...Unfortunately, I can't find a tool that allows you to talk about the important attributes before students test it (I know there are some for the post experiment-which I will also apply), nor do I know if one exists.
If anyone has any insights it would be very much appreciated!
any suggestions are welcome =)
I'm currently writing my master thesis in media studies about news presentation through sequential chatbots (not AI-based).
I've made a Messenger chatbot which will present a specific news case I've adapted from a regular newsstory and pre-written everything. The newsstory is presented through a dialogue tree-style, so the user is interactive and have to decide what they want to know more about in the specific news case. The bot will be tested by ten informants who will be interviewed after the user test about usability and understanding of the news case.
So far I've written about various hypertext theories and usabilitiy theories, but I feel something is lacking. Any ideas on what I might add in addition? Since this is a practical-theorical thesis, and I've mainly done other types of assignments in the past, I'm not too familiar with human-computer interaction (HCI) and things like that - is this even relevant from a media science perspective?
Thanks in advance
I am in the process of developing the article titled "HUuan Resources Development through Chatbots using Artificial Intelligence – A study" - Kindly suggest the methodology part. What kind of analysis will opt for such studies?
Hlo everyone I need your suggestions
As I have to do industrial research in our last sem of my graduation
I need ideas on the common issues pertaining to e-banking but are not met yet by the current e-banking chatbots, Nigeria in particular