Coding instructors are adding AI to their lessons—before AI replaces them Coding schools like General Assembly are preparing engineers and data analysts to use ChatGPT

ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot, has become a part of the curriculum at General Assembly, a coding boot camp. Instructors are integrating the AI tool into lesson plans, and students are encouraged to use it for their homework. The school is also teaching students about responsible AI use and how the technology works. 
They are using informal feedback to create standardized curriculum materials for all 30,000 teachers by this summer. 

Students are expected to use AI for their coursework, but they must be able to provide citations and show the prompts they fed into the tool. The goal is to teach critical thinking skills that include how to get the most out of these technologies.

 While AI's uptake will be slower in public education settings, coding boot camps like General Assembly are adapting to reflect the technology's impact on the job market. These boot camps are incentivized to respond to the change, and if they can adapt quickly enough, they could soon experience a boom in business.

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