Catchy title, right?
Hi, I just learned a trick to make flashcards in Wikipedia using AI while following Effective Learning: Twenty Rules of Formulating Knowledge
1. Install Wikihand
There will be changes to wikipedia (appearance → more organized and easier to read)
2. Research the topic you are studying in English (See FAQ below)
3. Show all questions
4. Copy&Paste to Anki
Wikipedia isn’t reliable to study my topic or in general
Wikipedia is generally considered to be a reliable source of information. It is written and edited by volunteers from around the world, and its articles are subject to review by other editors. The accuracy of Wikipedia’s content has been studied extensively, with studies showing that it is comparable in accuracy to traditional encyclopedias such as Encyclopedia Britannica. However, there have been some cases where inaccurate or biased information has been published on Wikipedia, so it should not be used as an authoritative source for important topics without further research.
-From one of the AI briefs of Reliability of Wikipedia - Wikiwand
When studying using AI, MedicalSchoolGPT or ChatGPT prompts, they shouldn’t be used as a primary way of learning, it is a tool to make flashcards quicker → they should be reviewed with your studying material (lecture/textbook/courses…)
Who writes the article summaries?
Where does the content for AI briefs_comes from?
Why use english wikipedia pages
- English pages tends to be more richer in content and more extensive than non-english pages because there are more contributors helping it
- Wikiwand Ai seems more likely to appear in english pages than the latter
e.g Studying Biofilms
Biofilm - Wikiwand
Biofilme - Wikiwand
ayo, what if: Pop-up Wikipedia (Beta) - AnkiWeb + Wikiwand AI