University of Wisconsin-Madison students in Professor Paul Stoy’s class late last month stared up at the screen, mesmerized as a new technology called ChatGPT wrote a computer code to calculate planetary temperature. The task would normally take students several minutes while the chatbot completed it in seconds.

But then a student spotted something off. The artificial intelligence-powered chatbot had wrongly put one of the variables in the numerator of the equation, not the denominator.

“Moral: AI is an unbelievable tool but students are smarter,” Stoy wrote on social media after the class concluded.

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