56% of College Students Have Used AI on Assignments or Exams
Posted on February 2nd, 2024

Dr Sarath Obeysekera

Over half of students BestColleges surveyed (54%) say that the use of AI tools on college coursework counts as cheating or plagiarism. 

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  • 53% of students say they have had coursework that requires them to use AI as part of an assignment.

I myself placed a question in AI Chat Box as follows
In need to formulate a plan to invest in a program where High Quality Welders can be trained who can travel abroad to earn money 

The reply illustrated below came up in the Chatbox 


That’s a great initiative! Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you launch a program to teach and provide high-quality welding training for coded welders in Sri Lanka:

1. Research and Identify the Need: Conduct thorough research to identify the demand and need for coded welders in Sri Lanka. Look for industries that require skilled welders and assess the current availability of such training programs.

2. Develop a Curriculum: Create a comprehensive curriculum that covers all the necessary aspects of welding, including theory, practical training, safety measures, and industry standards. Collaborate with experienced welders, industry experts, and educational institutions to ensure the curriculum aligns with industry requirements.

3. Obtain Necessary Approvals: Contact the relevant government authorities and educational bodies to obtain the necessary approvals and accreditation for your training program. This will add credibility and ensure the program meets recognized standards.

4. Secure Funding: Seek funding from government grants, international organizations, private sponsors, or potential employers in the welding industry. Prepare a detailed budget plan outlining the estimated costs for infrastructure, training materials, equipment, trainers, and administrative expenses.

5. Set Up Training Facilities: Identify a suitable location for the training center. Ensure it has adequate space for classrooms, practical training areas, welding booths, and necessary safety equipment. Procure the required welding equipment, tools, and materials for training purposes.

6. Recruit Qualified Instructors: Hire experienced and certified welding instructors who can effectively teach the curriculum and provide hands-on training. Look for individuals with a strong background in welding and teaching skills.

7. Marketing and Promotion: Develop a marketing plan to create awareness about your program. Utilize both online and offline channels to reach potential candidates, including social media, industry forums, educational fairs, and partnerships with local welding associations and vocational training centers.

8. Admissions and Selection Process: Establish an admissions process that includes a rigorous selection criteria to ensure candidates have the necessary aptitude and commitment for the program. Conduct interviews and practical tests to assess their welding skills and suitability.

9. Train the Students: Implement the training program according to the curriculum developed earlier. Focus on providing a balance between theoretical knowledge and hands-on practical training. Emphasize safety protocols, industry standards, and the use of modern welding techniques and equipment.

10. Certification and Job Placement: Offer industry-recognized certifications upon successful completion of the program. Collaborate with local industries to establish partnerships and job placement opportunities for your graduates. Assist students in finding employment by organizing job fairs, connecting them with potential employers, and providing career counseling


I did not have sit and exhaust by brains to write what is developed by AI Chat box

I paid £ 50 to join for  a year to Apple to get it 


Dr Sarath Obeysekera

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