Worried that your job might one day be taken over by AI? That day could come sooner rather than later.
Two separate research papers have revealed that ChatGPT has what it takes to pass the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam and could potentially earn an MBA from an Ivy League business school.
Physicians and financiers beware — but lawyers can rest easy for now. Another study found that ChatGPT was only around 50 per cent accurate on the Multistate Bar Examination, a multiple-choice test that comprises one part of the legal licensing process in the U.S.
In a white paper titled “Would Chat GPT3 Get a Wharton MBA?,” University of Pennsylvania Prof. Christian Terwiesch details the results of putting the 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 have earned a B to B-.