An interview with ChatGPT: discussing artificial intelligence in teaching, research, and practice

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Gianvito Scaringi , Marco Loche 


This paper examines the potential of using the AI language model ChatGPT in the field of engineering geology. The authors, an engineering geologist and a university teacher, conduct a series of conversations with ChatGPT to explore its capabilities in assisting with research and learning, and its potential implications for scientific publications. The paper also considers the future of human-AI interaction in the field of engineering geology and the impact of ChatGPT specifically on the field. The paper aims to provide some understanding of the potential benefits and risks of using ChatGPT in engineering geology and its implications for the future of the field.



Engineering Education, Geology, Geotechnical Engineering, Higher Education


Teaching, landslide science, Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT, research tool, innovative teaching, engineering practice


Published: 2023-02-15 03:52

Last Updated: 2023-02-15 11:49


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