Educating in the age of AI

Leelila Strogov, CEO of AtomicMind, weighs in on ChatGPT and how it's here to stay.

Leelila Strogov, CEO of AtomicMind, weighs in on ChatGPT and how it's here to stay.

Leelila Strogov, founder of AtomicMind, believes this new form of AI can be a game-changer for the better.

AtomicMind is a California company that works with students on their college admissions.

She agrees that banning it is not the solution, and points out that while ChatGPT might be the first, both Microsoft and Google are in the early stages of releasing their own versions to the masses.

"This technology is around to stay. It's not a fad. It's not going away. And so I think to try to bury our heads in the sand would be silly."

This segment originally aired February 28, 2023 @ 6pm MT on KRDO (ABC) Colorado Springs, CO.

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About AtomicMind

AtomicMind is an education technology company offering families a boutique coaching experience that prepares students to become “wow candidates” in the increasingly competitive college admissions landscape. A curated team of strategic advisors, tutors and coaches engages each student to identify their individual “zone of genius,” connecting what excites them with what can be showcased through the right mix of 427 high-impact opportunities. This immersive AtomicMind experience is enabled by a technology platform that keeps students organized and on track with measurement, accountability and strategic decision-making. Founded by MIT and Harvard graduates with 40+ years of elite admissions experience, AtomicMind is trusted by families internationally for getting 99% of students into one or more of their three, top-choice schools – all while reducing family tension inherent in the admissions process. For more information, please visit