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State Press Play: ChatGPT sparks questions for the future of AI

Plus, updates on the December on-campus security incident and students get the chance to work Super Bowl LVII this spring.

"State Press Play." Illustration published on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021.

AI-powered writing program ChatGPT has sparked questions for professors about the future of both AI and academics. Plus, updates on December's on-campus security incident in Tempe, and students who worked with the Arizona Cardinals in fall 2022 get the chance to work Super Bowl LVII this spring. Join host Naomi Dubovis and the State Press podcast desk as they break down the ASU community's top stories in the second season of "State Press Play."

Sonya SheptunovFull-time Podcast Producer

Sonya Sheptunov is a podcast producer at The State Press. They take an interest in data, counterculture, and all things nerdy. In their free time you can find them drinking too much coffee or attempting to crochet.

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