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“Was studying the easiest?” Passing all the doctor, MBA, and law school exams ‘three crowns’

“I found out about the ‘three crowns’ that are the easiest to study”

He passed the medical license, MBA, and law school exams all at once without much difficulty. It is about artificial intelligence (AI) ‘Chat GPT’.

Microsoft (MS) decided to invest 10 billion dollars (approximately 12.35 trillion won) over several years in Open AI, a chat GPT developer, in the prospect that it could change the game in an instant in the online search market dominated by Google. Microsoft decided to make its third investment following 2019 and 2021 because ChatGPT is rapidly emerging as a’game changer’ that will overwhelm competitors.

OpenAI is the world's largest AI research institute founded by Elon Musk and others. ChatGPT, which OpenAI launched last month, is a type of AI like Google’s AlphaGo. If AlphaGo learned ‘how to win Go’ using machine learning, ChatGPT learned ‘how to think and write like a human’.

ChatGPT has proven its future growth potential with its expert-level writing ability. If you enter a question into ChatGPT as if a person is chatting, it presents an answer as if having a conversation based on the vast amount of information in the online space. You can write academic papers, reports, essays, poems, novels, and anything in one breath.

Recently, it is known that ChatGPT has passed the US doctor's license, MBA, and law school exams without much difficulty. was In fact, ChatGPT is evaluated as having the best performance among conversational AIs that have been released so far.

On the 17th (local time), Professor Christian Tubbish of the Mac Innovation Management Institute at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, USA, announced the results of a study on ‘Could ChatGPT complete the Wharton MBA?’. According to the study, ChatGPT achieved an above-average grade in the Wharton School MBA's required subject, Operation Management Final Exam, with grades ranging from 'B-' to 'B'. ChatGPT also passed the USMLE and law school exams. [Herald Economy]


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