Trí tuệ nhân tạo thay đổi cách đánh giá học sinh
trí tuệ nhân tạo AI không chỉ thay đổi lề thói học hành của học sinh mà còn loại kiến thức nào là quan trọng.
The main point is that grades (điểm số) will come to mean something different. Traditionally, at least in theory, grades have been a measure of how well a student understands the material. If they got an A in US history, presumably (đoán chừng) they could identify many of the founders (người lập quốc). In the future, an A will mark a kind of conscientiousness (sự ngay thẳng): It will mean that, at the very least, they applied their AI consistently (kiên định) to the questions at hand. Whether that counts as “cheating” or “allowed” will depend on the policies (chính sách) of the relevant educational institution, but anti-AI software is not reliable (đáng tin cậy) and anti-AI rules cannot be enforced (thi hành) very readily.
“Applied their AI consistently” might sound unimpressive as a certification. But I have known many students over the years who don’t meet even that standard. They may neglect to hand in homework or fail to monitor (giám sát) due dates. They may or may not know the relevant material — often they do not — and it is not at all clear to me that current AI technology will automatically enable them to get good grades.
In other words, an academic system replete (tràn ngập) with AI is still is testing for something, even if it is much less glorious than what we might have hoped for. Over time grades will come to indicate not so much knowledge of the material as a student’s ability to be organized and prepared.