IBL News | New York
Class.com announced it would release later this year its ChatGPT API-based Teaching Assistant to improve learner engagement, focus, and outcomes on live online courses.
The chatbot will provide answers based on what was taught in class, highlight the transcript of spoken text, add details, provide a study guide, and supplement instructional materials.
Class.com’s tool will include the option of turning it on or off in the courses following the instructors’ choice.
“Class will work closely with the education community to develop best practices and policies for the use of AI in the classroom,” said Michael Chasen, CEO of the company.
Focused on online synchronous learning, Class’ built-in Zoom platform claims to serve 1,500+ institutions worldwide with 10M+ users.