-- A Revised New Book by Chris Kieff and me
In fact, I just read Part One of the three-part series, this morning. It's the best article I've come across since I started research for this project. My co-author Chris Kieff also read and he agrees as well. Thanks for reaching out.
Something to dig into is how higher education is dealing with the removal of essays from their arsenal of marking strategies. This will have interesting implications for any field where generating written reports and briefings is central to the billing model.
Honestly I’d be very interested in hearing your thoughts after writing a book, any book, with ChatGPT as you writing assistant.
(I'm sorry, I had delete my first comment in order to have it associated with my AI Substack newsletter.) Regarding your list of "tech luminaries," I suggest including the work of Stuart Russell, with his very approachable "Human Compatible: Artificial Intelligence and the Problem of Control," or his 1200-page textbook "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach," which is the standard text for many advanced courses. Here's an excellent interview: https://youtu.be/ow3XrwTmFA8