ChatGPT passed top U.S. law and business school exams

Jan 30

ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI Labs, has amazed the world with its powerful information integration and conversation capabilities, and has shown amazing abilities in natural language processing. Many people want to know what kind of score it will get if they let it take the test.

University of Minnesota
Recently, law professors at the University of Minnesota ran an experiment in which ChatGPT provided answers to graduate exams for four of their courses. The results were surprising, as the artificial intelligence passed all four exams, except for a C+ average.

The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
In another recent paper, Wharton School of Business professor Christian Terwiesch found that ChatGPT passed a business management exam with a B to B-.

Professors at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Minnesota have conducted real-world testing; the former is an Ivy League school, the latter has a "public Ivy League" reputation. The former is an Ivy League school and the latter has the reputation of being a "public Ivy".

The University of Minnesota research team noted that ChatGPT is good at dealing with "basic legal rules" and summarizing doctrine, but struggles when trying to identify case-related issues.

And Terwiesch said ChatGPT was "surprisingly good" at handling simple operations management and process analysis problems, but couldn't handle advanced process problems, and it even made errors when dealing with sixth-grade level math problems.

Maybe ChatGPT can't achieve very good grades, but cheaters can get the system to generate rough answers and refine them, and getting excellent grades will be very not difficult.

Now, major universities are grappling with how to prevent AI from cheating in exams!

Source: Washington times

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