You Don’t Have to Know How to Code AI; You Have to Learn How to Use It - Wally Boston

Ignore AI at your risk. In many ways, my quick acceptance and learning of pc-based spreadsheets accelerated my career. The tools allowed me to turnaround work faster and be assigned to engagements that allowed me to showcase my financial acumen. I also learned about computers; after all, the first Apples and PCs required you to take them apart and swap out items for increased memory, new processors, new hard drives, etc. I think we are poised for a similar awakening with large language model AI systems.  I read three articles related to AI use in education this week. [

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