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ChatGPT has completed his 5th degree from a university in USA

Artificial Intelligence ChatGTP passed with distinction in Master of Business Administration from the prestigious Wharton School in the US.

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The essentials in a nutshell

  • Artificial intelligence ChatGPT has been creating debates around the world for weeks.
  • Now the chatbot has successfully completed a course at an elite university in Philadelphia.

Artificial intelligence ChatGPT takes care of that Talk for weeks. She helps Students with their homework Or pass university finals, a new case from the US shows.

The intelligent chatbot scored a B to B in an exam at the Wharton Business School in Philadelphia. By comparison: in Switzerland, this corresponds to approximately grade 5.

The professor is excited

Professor Christian Dervish teaches the “Operations Management” course at a reputed university and runs a small company. study By. He asked the AI ​​some questions from his final exam.

Students are required to find out at which stage the production plant bottleneck occurs during the ore extraction process. ChatGPT has no challenge. “Wow! Not only is the answer correct, it’s also excellently explained,” Dervish reports in his post study.

On subsequent questions, similar to material tasks in middle school, the bot makes even more serious mistakes. Terwiesch says: “We’re still a long way from A+ for complex problems, and we still need a person behind it.”

ChatGPT is required

The case is still making waves in the country: Wharton is a respected institution at the University of Pennsylvania and is considered the best address for the education of the future business elite. Tesla– Founder Elon Musk, Google-pass Google CEO Or Ivanka Trump All are former graduates.

Have you used ChatGPT yet?

In the future, Terwiesch will work to improve the software With homework and exams Do not allow. Not so his colleague Ethan Molick, who teaches at the Wharton School of Business. Recently, the use of ChatGPT has been made mandatory in its courses.

“Süddeutsche Zeitung” reports that students must use an online tool to pass. However, points will be deducted if you misuse them or fail to identify errors. Molik’s motto: “We can’t beat AI, but it doesn’t have to beat us either.”

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