A popular AI chatbot could pass an MBA test

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ChatGPT is an open-source natural language processing chatbot launched by OpenAI in November 2022.

The tool helps humans accomplish many tasks, from writing, to language translation, content creation, and text extracting.

After Ammaar Reshi, a product manager from Silicon Valley, used it to write a children’s book, called Alice and Sparkle, over 70 other publications available on Amazon have ChatGPT as a co-author.

And now this: the news that ChatGPT could pass the Wharton Business School test.

Research from Wharton professor Christian Terwiesch found that ChatGPT can automate some skills held by MBA graduates, including analysts, managers, and consultants.

According to the research, the chatbot from OpenAI gave answers that were correct and “excellent” in their explanations. It could receive a B to B- grade on the exam.

Source: ChatGPT passes Wharton Business School test: research paper – The Hill

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