The Education Exchange: A ChatGPT Ban in Classrooms Is “Ludicrous”

But teachers may want to turn off the internet in class and ask for hand-written work.

Photo of Michael B. HornThe co-founder of and a distinguished fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, Michael B. Horn, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how artificial intelligence programs like ChatGPT can be put to productive use in the classroom.

To Teach Better Writing, Don’t Ban Artificial Intelligence. Instead, Embrace it,” co-written with Daniel Curtis, is available now.

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