Students figured out their tests were graded by AI - and the easy way to cheat

Now, for every short-answer question, Lazare writes two long sentences followed by a disjointed list of keywords — anything that seems relevant to the question. “The questions are things like... ‘What was the advantage of Constantinople’s location for the power of the Byzantine empire,’” Simmons says. “So you go through, okay, what are the possible keywords that are associated with this? Wealth, caravan, ship, India, China, Middle East, he just threw all of those words in.”

We will be hearing more and more of these stories as schools (and universities) start to implement more systems that aren’t really “smart” (as in human smart), but those up against them are.

The same is true for every job application. Include the full text of the job advert at the end of the text, set it in tiny font white on white and then export to PDF. If job applications get scanned by "AI", you will be a good match.

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