ChatGPT: Artificial Intelligence ChatGPT has failed in English exam. There is a lot of discussion on its social media platform Twitter.
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ChatGPT News: Artificial Intelligence Chatbot ChatGPT has surprised the world with its performance. From answering tough questions, writing emails, making excuses, to completing assignments ChatGPT has been used. It has also shown its ability very well. It also passed the MBA program exam of the Wharton School of Pennsylvania, which is considered one of the toughest exams.
Recently, this AI also took part in Uniform Bar Exam, LSAT, GRE and AP Exam and performed well in it. Although ChatGPT has performed well in all the tests, there is one test in which the AI fizzled out. Actually, ChatGPT failed in English language and literature exam. After this, there is a lot of discussion on social media.
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What did people say on Twitter?
there’s something so beautiful about ChatGPT passing everything *except* English literature, which neatly exposes its pretty severe limitations https://t.co/96a7HwMcav
— Alex Shephard (@alex_shephard) March 14, 2023
do not have expertise in this but from reading summaries so far it seems like it will be extremely easy for these tools to replace most coding & PR, but extremely difficult to replace most humanities research? while most schools have been preparing for the opposite
— Hannah Kardon (@hannahkardon) March 14, 2023
All across America, high school English teachers are rejoicing. Hallelujah, hallelujah!
— Used Books NJ (@usedbooksnj) March 14, 2023
It can’t pass English Lit for the same reason AI will never be a threat to the human race – it doesn’t have the spirit that houses imagination.
— The Moral Culture (@culture_moral) March 15, 2023
The ap lit is what stands out to me. Painfully obvious from that that gpt4 has no real standalone ability to generate novel analysis of text. Seems to align with the idea that all it can really do is mashup existing writing from its database.
— 6 hour avatar 2 cut (@KresimirV2) March 14, 2023
Alleged cheating in exam
Professor Ethan Malik of Wharton School has shared the scorecard of ChatGPT-4 on Twitter. During this, many people claimed that AI depends on the information available on the Internet. Because of this he cheats in the exam. But Professor Ethan has something else to say.
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Professor Ethan explained that AI still has to process data despite the use of deep learning. It then uses this data to answer questions. All over the world, where there is a fear among people that in the coming times, Artificial Intelligence will take their place. The failure of AI in these circumstances is a matter of relief for many people.