- Oct 2023
Three AI Chatbots, Two Books, and One Weird Annotation Experiment by Remi Kalir on September 29, 2023 https://remikalir.com/blog/three-ai-chatbots-two-books-and-one-weird-annotation-experiment/
whether or not it was appropriate to write notes in library books (OK according to Bard, nope for ChatGPT and Claude).
An interesting divergent take on writing in library books...
- artificial intelligence bias
- reading with a pen in hand
- artificial intelligence for writing
- Google Bard
- artificial intelligence for reading
- Sep 2023
What do you do then? You can take the book to someone else who, you think, can read better than you, and have him explain the parts that trouble you. ("He" may be a living person or another book-a commentary or textbook. )
This may be an interesting use case for artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT which can provide the reader of complex material with simplified synopses to allow better penetration of the material (potentially by removing jargon, argot, etc.)
- Aug 2023
Kalir, Remi H. “Playing with Claude.” Academic blog. Remi Kalir (blog), August 25, 2023. https://remikalir.com/blog/playing-with-claude/.