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Class Online Learning Company Plans ChatGPT-Based Teaching Assistant

Class, a provider of learning sessions for virtual K−12 education, will release the A.I. Teaching Assistant, which will be powered by ChatGPT. It will help students do the following after a Class session:
  • Ask questions and receive immediate, relevant answers based on what was taught in class.
  • Highlight the transcript of the spoken text and have the A.I. describe the highlighted portion to the student in additional detail.
  • Create a “study guide” during or after the live Class that can supplement notes and materials created by the instructor or learner.

The A.I. Teaching Assistant will be released in beta later in 2023. Instructors will be able to turn access to it on or off.

For more information, read the press release.



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