Organization with Automation using ChatGPT [Premium]

Organization with Automation using ChatGPT [Premium]

  ChatGPT is an AI or Artificial Intelligence-based program that can interact with you like a human in back-and-forth conversation. For dyslexic creatives, the potential to help with organization is immense. There are cautions about the technology, but also tremendous opportunities. FREE CHAT GPT vs PAID Currently using the free version of ChatGPT can give you a brief idea of how to communicate with the program, but information doesn’t stay long in the free version (for instance some guidelines you gave it yesterday may not be kept) and answers are also much simpler. The paid version for individuals is currently $20 per month if paid annually. The $20 per month rate allows you 40 messages in three hours. An Enterprise membership is more expensive, but […]

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Nick Koshnick: StoriedWork.com An AI Co-Pilot for Non-Linear Thinkers

Nick Koshnick: StoriedWork.com An AI Co-Pilot for Non-Linear Thinkers

Nick Koshnick is a Stanford PhD and seasoned entrepreneur who raised money from companies like Google and Andreessen, and then sold the company.. He's also dyslexic. Now, he's co-founded StoriedWork.com with business partner Frank Corrigan. Storied has been nicknamed...

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Using AI and CHATGPT in Higher Education [Premium]

Using AI and CHATGPT in Higher Education [Premium]

        Here’s a brief summary of what entrepreneur Stan Gloss shared about using Chat GPT in Higher education:  Embracing Assistive Technology: Stan advocates for the use of generative AI and other assistive technologies as legitimate tools to support learning and work, especially for those with dyslexia. He uses generative AI to create outlines and formulate questions for writing assignments, which helps him overcome the initial challenge of starting with a blank page. Generative AI for Academic Work: Stan discusses using generative AI, specifically ChatGPT, to aid in the writing process by generating outlines and prompting questions,.

Personalized Learning Tools: – Voice Dream Reader: An app that reads texts aloud, which is vital for individuals who struggle with reading. – ChatGPT: […]

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Using CHATGPT as a Study Partner and Quiz Maker [Premium]

Using CHATGPT as a Study Partner and Quiz Maker [Premium]

How can ChatGPT be used as a study partner? If you’re just getting started with ChatGPT and study, begin keeping a list of prompts that can help you prepare for exams. STUDY BUDDY, SELF-TEST, and QUIZMAKER FOR TEACHERS ChatGPT is very handy as a study buddy, especially if working from a knowledgeable source. For most dyslexics, making studying interactive, visual, and interesting can go a long way to making information easier to remember.     Here are some examples of prompts and ChatGPT answers: Me: Provide partially worked examples to help me learn how to use transition words in complex sentences. Certainly! Understanding how to use transition words in complex sentences can greatly enhance your writing. Here are some examples with explanations: Despite the rain, […]

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AI Voices Make Listening Easy

AI Voices Make Listening Easy

  With AI, artificial voices for book reading are getting better. People who struggled with electronic voices in the past, may find themselves pleasantly surprised as AI-voices develop more natural voice pauses and even emotional tones that make listening more enjoyable and easier to keep in mind. The latest addition to free AI-read audiobooks include thousands of books in Project Gutenberg’s Open Audiobook Collection thanks to Project Gutenberg, Microsoft, and MIT. You can listen to the books on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts. If you’re new to electronic voices, check these out – they’re quite good. One of the benefits of getting used to these voices is that they’re very predictable once you get used to them (compared to human readers) and then it […]

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AI for College Admissions [Premium]

AI for College Admissions [Premium]

With more colleges and universities waiving standardized tests for admissions, many college advisors are recognizing the importance of college application essays in the process. Rightly or wrongly, AI is also having considerable impact on college applications. For students who struggle with writing and writing about themselves, having a way to start the essay can greatly ease the stress on the application process.     It is possible to use ChatGPT to help you build a professional sounding resume, but also use it to personalize an essay, tailor it to particular schools, and give different versions that help students choose the best fit to what they want to say. In one video, a tutor explains how she would chat to ChatGPT to generate different possible answers […]

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The Fight with Robots: AI Writing (ChatGPT) Causing Trouble for Dysgraphic Students

The Fight with Robots: AI Writing (ChatGPT) Causing Trouble for Dysgraphic Students

Currently, the educational world is being rocked about advances in artificial intelligence technology that are upturning ways students are being assessed and demonstrating their knowledge. The AI Writing programs are dazzling and while there can be upsides to having this technology for free at your fingertips, there are definite problems and the challenge for teachers and schools will be to adjust to this new AI-reality without hurting students in the process. To see ChatGPT in action, check out the video below our link to sign up for a free account.  

To see an example of ChatGPT in action, look at what happens when I ask the program to write a paragraph about how AI can be used for cheating. Not surprisingly, free […]

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Getting Your Phone to Read Your Screens and Books Without Audio Versions [Premium]

Getting Your Phone to Read Your Screens and Books Without Audio Versions [Premium]

Maybe you know how to use your Siri or Google’s digital assistant, but do you know how to get all your screens including e-books read to you? For iPhones: Depending on your latest update, some of these settings may look a little different – but Accessibility from your General Settings should lead you to the right area. Some earlier version may just list “Speech”. You can choose to show the controller or hide it and also choose whether you would like text highlighted as it is spoken. The controller overlays any screen. Click on it to open. You can scroll horizontally on the button with numbers to increase or decrease speed. Other commands are listed on the page for Reading all content, speaking on touch. […]

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Dyslexic Advantages in Electrical Engineering [Premium]

Dyslexic Advantages in Electrical Engineering [Premium]

A TALE OF TWO STORIES “At the beginning I can remember looking at blackboards or pages of text having no idea what other kids around me were seeing. For me the pages may have well as been blank for all I could glean from them. However I was lucky as when I started my secondary school my teacher spotted that I was having problems. I was tested for dyslexia and found to have a mild form… By the time I left I had poor grades and was told I would not amount to much…” Same person: “I became interested in geeky stuff when I was less than ten years old. I remember being given a toy wind up clock that you could open the back […]

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The Accessible Classroom [Premium]

The Accessible Classroom [Premium]

“Currently, I have a group of teachers in a principals’ training program taking my Dyslexia for Teachers course. In answer to my question about whether their classroom was accessible, one teacher answered that she was sad to say that her classroom was not as accessible as it should have been. She is not alone. More often than not, classrooms aren’t fully accessible so students are left on their own to figure out how to complete assignments and tests. One point that this teacher made was text-to-speech support was only emphasized during testing, and not for routine classroom work involving worksheets or textbooks. Every classroom is likely to have students lost in a sea of text, perhaps afraid to speak up. WHAT TEXT CAN’T MY STUDENT […]

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