Don’t Ban ChatGPT in Schools. Teach With It.

Don’t Ban ChatGPT in Schools. Teach With It.

From The New York Times. By Kevin Roose.


Recently, I gave a talk to a group of K-12 teachers and public school administrators in New York. The topic was artificial intelligence, and how schools would need to adapt to prepare students for a future filled with all kinds of capable A.I. tools.

But it turned out that my audience cared about only one A.I. tool: ChatGPT, the buzzy chatbot developed by OpenAI that is capable of writing cogent essays, solving science and math problems and producing working computer code.

ChatGPT is new — it was released in late November — but it has already sent many educators into a panic. Students are using it to write their assignments, passing off A.I.-generated essays and problem sets as their own. Teachers and school administrators have been scrambling to catch students using the tool to cheat, and they are fretting about the havoc ChatGPT could wreak on their lesson plans. (Some publications have declared, perhaps a bit prematurely, that ChatGPT has killed homework altogether.)

Cheating is the immediate, practical fear, along with the bot’s propensity to spit out wrong or misleading answers. But there are existential worries, too. One high school teacher told me that he used ChatGPT to evaluate a few of his students’ papers, and that the app had provided more detailed and useful feedback on them than he would have, in a tiny fraction of the time. Read More


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Don’t Ban ChatGPT in Schools. Teach With It.

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ClipDrop: Great Tool to Copy Physical Objects into Documents

What is ClipDrop?

Exactly 6 months after sharing their viral prototype AR Copy Paste prototype, French developers Cyril Diagne and Jonathan Blanchet have just released a public beta of ClipDrop.

Clipdrop uses Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence to copy and paste physical objects into digital documents. It automatically removes the background from copied visuals allowing users to paste the object as it is into programs such as Photoshop, PowerPoint, Google Docs, Canva, Figma, and Pitch.

It’s a wonderful tool that teachers can use for teaching and creating digital content. Also, students can use it to incorporate visuals taken from the real world into their assignments.

The beta version has already gathered 100k active users in less than one week after its release. People across industries have expressed, through thousands of messages and reviews on social media, how this tool was going to help them save hours of work.

How Does ClipDrop Work?

On the desktop, ClipDrop works as a screen capture tool, allowing users to capture whatever that is displayed on their screens.

With the mobile app, users can instantly paste visuals taken with their phone’s camera into their computers. The procedure is easy: They point the camera at an object, press the shutter, and ClipDrop will automatically clip it for them. When the desktop is connected to the mobile app, they can simply bring their phone close to the computer and wait for the wireless transfer to complete.


1. Capture directly from your desktop and just drag & drop to any other app.

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2. Incredibly accurate background removal: It uses state of the art vision AI to provide the best analysis & cut-out technology, no matter what you’re capturing.

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3. Integrates with your workflow: Drag & drop images directly to any other app or website.

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ClipDrop is available on Google Store, App Store, macOS, and Windows.


The public beta lets you try 10 clips for free (text & photos are unlimited). Unlimited clips and full access to all features on all platforms cost $39.99 for a year.


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Type Anywhere with the Innovative TAP Wearable Keyboard

What is TAP Wearable Keyboard?

TAP is a Bluetooth wearable keyboard, mouse, and air gesture controller that turns anything you touch into a smart surface. From controlling robots to making music, people from 65+ countries around the world are using TAP in many new, innovative & creative ways.

How Does it Work?
TAP Wearable Keyboard Modes
  • Keyboard Mode – Type letters, numbers, symbols and characters into your smart devices. Use any surface!
  • AirMouse Mode – Input & control using Air Gestures into any Bluetooth device
  • Optical Mouse Mode – Precise 1,000 DPI optical mouse enables on the go navigation, selection, scrolling, dragging and dropping in any environment using any surface.
  • Controller Mode – Turn complex commands into simple finger taps and air gesture swipes to control your favorite apps, games and devices.
  • Custom Mode – your Tap Strap 2 is 100% customizable. Use our free, simple & quick TapMapper web tool, open-source SDKs, API’s or Unity plugin to tailor your Taps to your needs.
TAP Wearable Keyboard Specifications
  • 5 Accelerometers – Tapping
  • 1 IMU – Air Gestures
  • 1000 DPI Optical Mouse
  • Battery life: 10 Hours (45 mAH)
  • Soft Skin TPU
  • Bluetooth 4.0+
  • HID Commands

TAP Wearable Keyboard

What Can You Do With TAP Wearable Keyboard?

It works with nearly every Bluetooth enabled device that accepts HID input and is an ideal product for:

  • Texting on your phone, tablet, and computers
  • Typing up emails, letters, poems, papers
  • Searching on SmartTV’s, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Virtual Reality, Phones,
  • Tablets, Computers & Laptops
  • Editing spreadsheets on laptops, tablets, and computers
  • Controlling PowerPoint Presentation
  • Navigate around your computer, tablet & smartphones with the mouse unit
  • Select, Copy, Paste, Drag & Drop files, folders, and apps using the mouse
  • Creating loops and other effects in music product applications
  • Turning complex macros into simple finger taps
  • Controlling your favorite videos games on PC and Mac
  • Controlling CAD Modeling software
  • And much more

TAP Wearable Keyboard

What Can You Use TAP Wearable Keyboard With?

It is compatible with the following type of products that accept Bluetooth and HID inputs:

  • Android & iOS Smartphones
  • Tablets
  • Personal Computers (PC’s)
  • Laptops
  • Projectors
  • SmartTV’s
  • Apple TV (HD & 4K)
  • Amazon Fire Stick
  • Xbox One
  • Virtual Reality headsets: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive
  • Augmented Reality headsets: Microsoft Hololens, Epson Moverio
  • Mixed Reality headsets: Microsoft WMR, MagicLeap

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Best Tutorial on How to Use WhatsApp Web for Free

What is WhatsApp Web?

WhatsApp is a wildly popular free messaging service that boasts more than 2 billion users worldwide. And while many people use it via their phones, it can also be used on a desktop or laptop. If you know you’re going to be away from your phone for a bit and need to send a quick message, or if you just want to be able to keep in touch with your friends or family while you work, using WhatsApp Web on your computer can be a great option.

How to Use it?

Step 1: On your computer, go to

How to Use WhatsApp Web

Step 2: On your phone, go to WhatsApp and then:

For Android: Tap on the teal OK button that appears at the bottom of the screen. You may be asked to allow WhatsApp to have access to your phone’s camera: Tap on Continue — you may need to answer other permissions questions to grant access. Your phone’s screen should now look like a QR code scanner.

For iOS: Tap on the Scan QR code option, and the app will ask for permission to access your camera. Accept, and the screen should show a QR code scanner for the next step.

After this step, your app will open a screen with a camera window.

How to Use WhatsApp Web

Step 3: Point the camera window at your computer screen, scan the QR code and your WhatsApp account and contacts will appear in the WhatsApp Web screen on your computer.

How to Use WhatsApp Web


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