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The field of generative artificial intelligence has had rapid advancements, finding applications in several domains such as entrepreneurship and education. The aforementioned circumstances have prompted suggestions to incorporate generative artificial intelligence into entrepreneurship education, with the aim of equipping students with the necessary skills to capitalise on forthcoming entrepreneurial opportunities. Additionally, the utilisation of technology in education has the capacity to impact pedagogy, teaching methods, and assessment practises. This has prompted inquiries and concerns within the educational field regarding how educators can effectively instruct students in the use of cutting-edge technology, ensuring their preparedness for the future, while simultaneously adapting to potential modifications in teaching approaches. However, due to the swift advent of this technology, there is a lack of comprehensive discourse regarding its implications for education, specifically in the context of entrepreneurship education. This paper explores the potential consequences of generative artificial intelligence on entrepreneurship education and the entrepreneurship classroom, considering both macro-level and curricular perspectives.

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The progress of generative artificial intelligence necessitates entrepreneurship educators to adopt the technology in a controlled manner, cultivate students' critical and reflective thinking abilities, and promote the development and assessment of practical and technical entrepreneurial skills. This will facilitate students' proficient utilisation of generative artificial intelligence. Educators should possess an understanding of the potential ramifications that generative artificial intelligence may have on the domains of teaching and assessment, as well as how it can be effectively used in entrepreneurial practice.

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This page is a summary of: Entrepreneurship education in the era of generative artificial intelligence, Entrepreneurship Education, August 2023, Springer Science + Business Media,
DOI: 10.1007/s41959-023-00099-x.
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