Just a year ago, hardly anyone had heard of ChatGPT. Today, students, teachers and researchers use the tool as a matter of course. In this TUM Student News Special, TUM's Chief Information Officer, Dr. Alexander Braun, talks about what the new generation of generative AI means for studying and teaching.
The use of AI tools such as ChatGPT or Grammarly has become common practice within a very short time. TUM is very much in favor of their use at university. After all, Artificial Intelligence can help us work even more efficiently and creatively in our studies and research. CIO Alexander Braun makes it clear, however, that this can only work if we use AI to develop skills – not to replace them.
See the full interview in the TUM Student News Special: