7th Grader Writes His Homework with ChatGPT but Gets Caught Due to Silly Blunder | “Bruh...at Least Read over It”

7th Grader Writes His Homework with ChatGPT but Gets Caught Due to Silly Blunder | “Bruh...at Least Read over It”
Cover Image Source: Twitter | @roshanpateI

It doesn't matter if you are not good at penning down the perfect essay for your semester or writing the most articulate email to impress a potential employer, AI chatbots are always at your service. But there is a catch. You might need to apply a fraction of your intellect to use these AI writing tools for writing your desired material and getting away with it. This 7th grader was clearly not thinking this through when he decided to use ChatGPT for generating his homework just so he can copy it on paper.

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Roshan Patel, the CEO and founder of Walnut shared a photo on his Twitter profile, stating that "his little cousin named Arjun has apparently gotten caught for using ChatGPT to finish his 7th-grade homework." The tweet shared on June 1, 2023 which also shows a copy of Arjun's assignment has gone viral ever since and has amassed more than 1.2 million views and over 4000 likes. In the image, someone has highlighted some lines and words on the assignment which reads: “As an AI language model, I don’t have personal expectations or opinions."

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The word “poignant” was also highlighted because it is less likely to be a part of a preteen’s vocabulary. Netizens had a few concerns regarding this incident as well. One netizen wondered, "How could the school kid copy the homework without even reading through it?" Others wondered whether "the handwriting belongs to a seventh grader or not." But some firmly believed that "the system is failing their kids by giving them access to these AI chatbots."



 

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Well, ChatGPT or any other artificial intelligence chatbot might not be the most reliable thing when it comes to finishing homework and doing your complicated assignments, but many people have found success in their careers by using these writing tools. According to Dexerto, a woman named Mari recently went viral on Tiktok after posting about how she used ChatGPT to write her an email so she can quit her job. The woman revealed that she had put in her two-week notice to her boss who then requested she work until June 8, 2023—a whole month longer than Mari wants to work.



 

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So, she had ChatGPT at her service which worded her thoughts of not being "sad and poor" for another month in a professional way. As per the outlet, big organizations like Microsoft and Google are taking AI programs like ChatGPT more seriously than ever. Maybe the next time you use these AI chatbots, don't forget to revise what the writing tool has written for you before blindly copying and pasting it (or blindly writing it down) for the final draft.

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