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In The News: Spanish classes incorporate artificial intelligence

“We were thinking about how to make the writing activity in class more didactic and also better for the students so they could learn something from it,” said Professor Lourdes Barranco-Cortes, program director of the 100- and 200-level Spanish courses, who implemented the use of AI in all 200-level Spanish classrooms this year.

“AI is so good at telling you exactly what you did wrong, and not only exactly what you did wrong, but why you might have done that wrong, and what you can do to fix it,” Spanish student Kyler Casbon commented.

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