It’s been almost 6 months now that OpenAI’s ChatGPT is out. In fact, the company has recently launched ChatGPT 4 recently. This technology has taken the world to a new next level now.
ChatGPT is a language model that is powered by AI and has been trained to do a number of activities, including the translation of languages, the summarising of information, and the answering of questions. The exceptional capabilities of the model have garnered ample notice, and as a result, many people are beginning to question their employment prospects as a result.
The GPT-4 language processing model can be used to analyse massive amounts of data, after which it can generate content based on the findings of the analysis. Also, the new technology is able to analyse large amounts of text in order to present consumers with information regarding a particular data point.
There is no doubt that technology is going to stay for a long. Of course, it helps users in numerous ways. On myriads of occasions, it has demonstrated its ability to perform everything from writing scripts to solving the most difficult question papers. There is nothing that the ChatGPT cannot accomplish. However, there are some things that are more difficult for ChatGPT as well.
1. The artificial intelligence-powered ChatGPT suffered a setback when it was unable to pass the coveted Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) in India. The Joint Entrance Examination is renowned for its difficulty and draws thousands of students each year who are interested in gaining admission to the most prestigious engineering schools in India. It is one of the toughed quantitative examinations that include complicated diagrams and numbers.
Students who are interested in attending prestigious educational institutions like IITs and NITs must first pass the Joint Entrance Test. According to the reports, ChatGPT did not perform well on the JEE Advanced exam.
The results of ChatGPT’s performance in the test were less than satisfactory because it was only able to solve 11 of the total number of questions in the paper.
2. ChatGPT has been successful in the past on a number of other tests that are both prominent and difficult. Impressively, ChatGPT attempted and successfully answered all 200 questions on the National Eligibility and Admission Examination for Medical Colleges (NEET), which requires candidates to answer 180 questions out of a total of 200.
Despite this, the ChatGPT attempted all 200 questions, and the results of its performance were 359 out of 800.
Specifically, ChatGPT fared exceptionally well in the Biology component of the NEET test, demonstrating better accuracy in its answers to the questions that were asked in that section. The performance of ChatGPT in the NEET test implies that it has the capacity to excel in other domains, despite the fact that it did not pass the JEE Advanced exam.
The defeat that ChatGPT experienced in the JEE Advanced test demonstrates the limitations that are present even in the most advanced AI models. Even if artificial intelligence has the potential to disrupt many different industries, it still has a long way to go before it can compete with human intelligence in difficult tasks.
OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT has been unsuccessful in yet another competitive examination.
3. ChatGPT took the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam at the request of Analytics India Magazine (AIM). The UPSC exam is considered one of the toughest competitive examinations in the world. Over 10 lakh aspirants sit for the UPSC exam each year, but only 5% of them can make it.
AIM provided ChatGPT with 100 questions from the UPSC Prelims 2022.
The chatbot did poorly on the UPSC Prelims 2022 exam, scoring a mere 54 out of 100 on Question Paper 1 (Set A) when the required score was 87.54. This signifies that ChatGPT did not pass the UPSC test.
Questions were based on topics in Indian general science, history, geography, economics, ecology, and current events. The chatbot did well with questions on locations and economies, but it failed miserably when asked about historical events that occurred before the year 2021.
The fact that ChatGPT’s data set only extends to 2021 is probably the deciding factor in the AI bot’s inability to correctly answer all of the exam’s questions.
4. Aside from that, the CLAT exam results for ChatGPT were similarly above average. During the CLAT UG exam, the AI tool was only successful in accurately solving 50.83 percent of questions. The ChatGPT was not successful in the logic and quantitative question categories. However, it did exceptionally well in the English and Current Affairs categories. When it came to questions based on concepts, this tool struggled tremendously.
Released in November 2022, ChatGPT has been doing quite well in the United States. This Artificial Intelligence technology has been successful in passing the United States Medical Licensing Test (USMLE) and various MBA exams in the US. In addition to that, it was successful in passing the Google Coding Interviews for Level 3 Engineers.
Veterinary professionals were taken aback recently when ChatGPT was able to correctly diagnose a dog’s condition and save the animal’s life.
Many countries, however, now hold contrasting views on ChatGPT and are prepared to take robust action against the new innovation. Recently the technology has been banned in two major countries, including Germany and Italy. These nations claim that OpenAI’s ChatGPT lacks the safeguards in place to prevent minors from being exposed to offensive material, such as an age verification system.
Ulrich Kelber, the German data protection commissioner, has issued a warning that Chat-GPT may be subject to a potential ban in Germany due to concerns surrounding the security of users’ data, similar to what happened in Italy.
Well, let’s see how Artificial Intelligence powered technology is going to behave in the future.
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