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ChatGPT passes exams for MBA and medical license courses — and it’s just getting started – Country


Worried that your job might one day be taken over by AI? That day may come sooner rather than later.

Two separate research papers revealed that ChatGPT have what it takes to pass the US Medical Licensing Exam and potentially earn an MBA from an Ivy League business school.

Doctors and financiers beware – but lawyers can rest easy for now. Another study found that ChatGPT was only about 50% accurate on the Multistate Bar Test, a multiple choice test consisting of part of legal licensing process in the United States.

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In a white paper titled “Did GPT3 Chat Get a Wharton MBA?,” University of Pennsylvania professor Christian Terwiesch details the results of putting an AI language model to the test. He gave it a final exam for an operations management course at the Wharton School of Business and found that the chatbot would score a B to B-.

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“First, it does an excellent job at basic operations management and process analysis questions,” writes Terwiesch. “Not only are the answers correct, but the explanations are excellent as well.”

But Terwiesch found that the chatbot had trouble performing even basic math.

“GPT3 chat often makes surprising mistakes on relatively simple calculations at the level of 6th grade math. These mistakes can be very serious,” the article reads.

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Terwiesch writes that ChatGPT has demonstrated “remarkable capabilities,” noting that it is capable of automating skills practiced by “well-paid knowledge workers” such as analysts. , consultants and managers.

In a seperate research before printingled by doctors from medical startups Ansible healthresearchers have found that ChatGPT “has met or is close to passing the threshold for all three exams” which requires licensure as a physician in the US.

The paper notes that the language model did this “without any special training or reinforcement” and that it “shown a high degree of relevance and understanding in its interpretations.” . Its findings are still in the process of peer review.

For ChatGPT’s performance at the bar, the chatbot scored a passing mark in the Evidence and Misconduct section of the Multistate Attorney Test, a December 2022 giấy Find. Its accuracy across all parts of the test was 50.3%, although this score is still much higher than the expected 25% baseline of random predictions.

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The researchers note that ChatGPT will likely overcome the US barrier “in the near future”.

Each study addresses the future potential of integrating AI and language models into their respective fields, and ChatGPT has already begun to change the way we approach education.

No one can say for certain how much AI will impact the future of work. What is certain is that people are no longer cornered into markets based on intelligence and creativity.

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