Education, artificial intelligence, housing, and sustainability have been the topics that captivated Do Better readers the most over the past year.

Do Better Team

With 2023 drawing to a close, we take a look back at the most read topics of the year. The emergence of artificial intelligence and its impact on different areas, including the education sector, has generated a lot of interest among Do Better readers. But other issues such as housing and the problem of homelessness or pricing applied to sustainability have also captured their attention. These are the most read articles of the year: 

Three creative ways to use ChatGPT in classThree creative ways to use ChatGPT in class

By Esteve Almirall 
New AI tools are increasing the capabilities of educators, freeing them from the boring stuff to focus on what really matters. 

 

ChatGPT: an incentive to improve the way we assess our students ChatGPT: an incentive to improve the way we assess our students 

By Jose A. Rodríguez-Serrano 
Testing this artificial intelligence to solve the exercises he sets his students. After some surprising results, these are his thoughts on how this tool will affect the future of education. 

 

What will Spain's new housing law mean for homeless people?What will Spain's new housing law mean for homeless people? 

By Raluca Budian 
Nearly 37,000 people are homeless in Spain. Although the new housing law will help improve their situation, there is still room for improvement in the fight against homelessness. 

 

Sustainability comes at a price — or does it? Sustainability comes at a price — or does it? 

By Marco Bertini
Sustainable business leads to higher costs that can be passed to the consumers or assumed by the companies. Re-thinking some basic questions to reduce externalities is much better than finding someone to pay for them. 

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