NEW YORK, May 2, 2023 (Newswire.com) - The all-in-one website for students has announced that it is looking for students to participate in a study on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) tools on academic performance. In this way, the company seeks to learn more about the impact of AI on the educational process.
"Technology and innovation are an integral part of our lives. Keeping up with them means running, not walking, because everything is developing rapidly. At EduBirdie, we decided to investigate how solutions such as ChatGPT or other AI-powered tools affect academic performance. We want to study the impact on productivity, focus, mental health, and self-confidence." — Avery Morgan, Chief Communications Officer at EduBirdie.
Participants should use only generated content for three weeks in their written assignments and project research. In addition, they should only use the generated content to develop ideas and check spelling and grammar.
Once the experiment is complete, the EduBirdie team plans to conduct in-depth interviews with each participant to determine what changes have occurred. To do this, they will assess technology-related factors, such as access to digital resources and educational technology tools, and health factors, including physical and mental health. They will also consider individual factors such as motivation, learning style, self-discipline, and study habits.
Interested students are asked to complete the form on the website by May 5, 2023. Once all participants are selected, they will be provided with a list of recommended free AI-based tools that they can use to work on their writing assignments. EduBirdie promises to work closely with each participant to ensure that everyone uses these tools for academic writing during the study period. Each participant will receive a $1,000 credit to their EduBirdie account, which can be used for any service throughout the year.
EduBirdie believes that this study will provide valuable information about the impact of artificial intelligence on students' learning processes and academic performance.Contact Information:
Original Source: EduBirdie is Looking for Volunteers to Study the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Academic Performance