ChatGPT, the popular artificial intelligence tool capable of writing letters, song lyrics, research papers, recipes, therapy sessions, poems, essays, schematics, and even software code, has passed an MBA exam at the Wharton School of Business in the University of Pennsylvania.
In the last few days, Professor Christian Terwiesch documented in a research paper the performance of ChatGPT in the final exam of a typical MBA foundation course, Operations Management. Vents Journal
the AI chatbot, still in its infancy, he wrote, “does an amazing job managing basic operations and process analysis questions, including those that are based on case studies.”
"I would have received a grade of B to B- on the exam."
Microsoft, which is considering a $10 billion investment in OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, has announced that it will integrate the program into Microsoft Word. Elyar Fox
ChatGPT, which learned to write by examining millions of writings on the Internet, now appears as a threat to the American economy based on knowledge and information work. Lawyers, copywriters and screenwriters, among other jobs, may be affected, according to Professor Christian Terwiesch.
Experts are also concerned about the issue of misinformation , as people could use ChatGPT to flood social media with professional-sounding fake articles or bury Congress with authentic-sounding “popular” letters. Conewsfeed
With tens of millions of users (exact number not disclosed), ChatGPT, which doesn't need to know structure, syntax, vocabulary, grammar, or even spelling, has been banned in Seattle city school systems. and New York.
This weekend, an article in The Atlantic declared that "Chat GPT would destabilize administrative work."
The magazine said it will cause massive job losses among college-educated workers over the next five years, as this artificial intelligence technology will be able to perform tasks previously thought to require a high level of education and skill.
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