ChatGPT, a chatbot from OpenAI, was already gaining popularity over the internet, but it has reached one more achievement as an Artificial Intelligence.
An arduous research was done on it, in which the professor had to offer Law & Business school exams to ChatGPT to pass out, and this bot has successfully passed exams at a US law school.
ChatGPT Passed Law & Business Exams at a US Law School
ChatGPT was introduced in November 2022 and made massive publicity among its users in just one month. As this Chatbot delivers results of requested queries based on data from the internet, so researcher wants to test how accurate it is.
A professor named Dr. Jonathan Choi from Minnesota University Law School gave a test to ChatGPT with the title “ChatGPT goes to law school.”
And this test has the same complex set of questions faced by students; precisely, there were 95 multiple-choice questions and 12 writing questions.
The Chatbot composed fluent essays on topics such as constitutional law to taxation as it has excellent grammar. Still, it ought to catch up in multiple-choice questions because of the mathematics involved.
The ChatGPT achieved C+ on the test, which is sufficient to pass. The examiner has also stated that the outcomes have been so good, and he didn’t anticipate that good from it.
While some officials in New York and other jurisdictions have already restricted ChatGPT in schools. So students can’t utilize this Chatbot in schools; this finding came because of the possibility of cheating.
But it doesn’t imply that it can’t be used as a valuable tool for students; it can help students rehearse in mock exams. Now let’s have a look at some origin details of ChatGPT.
As I already mentioned, this ChatGPT bot is build by OpenAI, an Artificial intelligence business that works on different AI techs and programs.
And recently, tech giant Microsoft supported this business in developing these kinds of AI programs.
OpenAI’s one more prominent AI program already exists, an AI image generator, “DALL-E,” and its upgraded version is to arrive very soon as DALL-E 2.