ChatGPT: VoICE or Vice?


What do ChatGPT3, Star Trek, M3GAN, and the United States Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (2022) share? Each delves into the mystery of human voice. By portraying scenes in which scientific research advances at an ever-increasing pace, they depict the implications of such knowledge, vital in areas that can redefine and stretch our ethical imagination. These four exemplars provide a time-sensitive look at the current designation of prevailing voice—of what—and when—it means to be human versus what—and when—it means to be property. This rhetorical analysis includes (1). Theoretical and epistemological implications of ChatGPT for educators and (2). A classroom case study for demonstrating how this form of artificial intelligence can be converted from Vice to VoICE.

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Lin Allen, University of Northern Colorado, United States

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Conference: ECAH2023
Stream: Knowledge

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Allen L. (2023) ChatGPT: VoICE or Vice? ISSN: 2188-1111 – The European Conference on Arts & Humanities 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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