ChatGPT Is Passing the Tests Required for Medical Licenses and Business Degrees

ChatGPT, the viral chatbot that has raised concerns from teachers and academics over its ability to cheat on essays and exams, has now passed a Wharton MBA final exam, the United States Medical Licensing Exam, and components of the bar exam. A Wharton Professor conducted a study in which he used OpenAI’s GPT-3, the language model on which ChatGPT is built, to take a final exam of a core MBA course. He concluded that GPT-3 would have received a B to B- on the exam. The professor, Christian Terwiesch, found that GPT-3 performs the best “at basic operations management and process[ing] analysis questions.” For these, the chatbot provided both correct answers and excellent explanations as to why an answer was selected. In the paper’s summary, Tewriesch acknowledged that GPT-3 is by no means perfect. At times the bot made mistakes in simple mathematical calculations and wasn’t able to handle more advanced process analysis questions. 

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