In episode 70 of Teaching Channel Talks, we had the pleasure of hosting Shouvik Paul, the Chief Revenue Officer at Copyleaks. During this insightful conversation, Wendy and Shouvik delved into the profound influence of artificial intelligence (AI) on education. As a leading AI-powered content and plagiarism detection platform, Copyleaks is at the forefront of supporting teachers in an evolving education landscape that now includes tools like ChatGPT and Shouvik sheds light on the potential of AI programs like ChatGPT to augment the learning experience for students. Prepare to be enlightened as we explore the transformative power of AI in education and discover how educators can harness its capabilities to empower their students.
Curious to see what ChatGPT can do for you? We’ve included a free resource in the show notes with 50 ChatGPT prompts you can try out right now!
Shouvik Paul is the Chief Operating Officer at Copyleaks, the world’s leading AI-based content and plagiarism detection platform. With an impressive career spanning over 20 years in media and Ed Tech, Shouvik brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. At Copyleaks, he’s on a mission to empower educators and institutions globally to tackle plagiarism head-on and promote integrity in writing. Shouvik is passionate about utilizing AI in education to shape the future of learning, keeping pace with technology’s rapid evolution.
Dr. Wendy Amato earned her Master’s in Education and Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Virginia. She holds an MBA from James Madison University. Wendy began teaching in 1991, has served as a Middle School Administrator, and still teaches at UVA’s School of Education. She has delivered teacher professional development workshops and student leadership workshops in the US and internationally. Wendy and her family live near Charlottesville, Virginia.
Resources for Continued Learning
Shouvik Paul has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal and Vanity Fair about Copyleaks work in detecting plagiarism and AI sourced content.
- Copyleaks has created a free Google Chrome extension to help educators detect AI content on the web, click here to try it out!
- Learn more about how Copyleaks is using AI to detect the presence of AI in this downloadable: Copyleaks AI Content Detector
- Learn more about how Copyleaks is fighting plagiarism in education in this downloadable: Copyleaks AI-Powered Plagiarism Detector
Are you a tech-savvy teacher ready to start leveraging ChatGPT in your classroom? This free list of ChatGPT prompts will help you craft “just right” commands so you can get the most out of this robust tool. Find a prompt, modify it to suit your needs, and see the difference it can make in your classroom!