ChatGPT, an advanced language model developed by OpenAI, recently took the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced, a competitive engineering entrance exam in India, but failed to pass. ChatGPT reportedly scored negative marks and was only able to answer 11 questions correctly. This has raised questions about whether artificial intelligence can replace human intelligence in solving complex problems.
Despite its failure in the JEE Advanced exam, ChatGPT has demonstrated remarkable capabilities in solving complex problems. It has passed major tests such as the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE), law exams at the University of Minnesota, MBA exams, and more. It has also been used to solve coding interview questions provided by Google, and reportedly, ChatGPT performs well enough to be hired for an L3 entry-level position in engineering, which can come with a compensation of up to $183,000.
ChatGPT’s ability to write lengthy essays and research reports has also helped students in their academic pursuits. Despite its limitations in passing a specific exam, ChatGPT remains a significant innovation in the field of artificial intelligence and generative language models
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