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Chat GPT takes part in university exams, better performance in law, economics


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The chat GPT made out of the artificial intelligence (AI) technique has become popular all across the globe within just two months. Recently, chat GPT was made part of a university examination, in which chat GPT answered the questions in a better manner as compared to humans. George Mason University’s professor Alex Tabarrok said that chat GPT performed better in law and economics.

On the other hand, research chat GPT is now being involved as a research paper writer, even though people have started opposing the same. Its use was made free for everyone in the month of November by California’s OpenAI tech company. Many publications have listed chat GPT on research papers as authors. But the editors, researchers, and publishers of many journals are debating the inclusion of such AI tools in published literature.

The publishers are also talking about making policies for chatbots. It has been found out that AI tools like chat GPT do not meet the criteria for research and authorship, because they cannot take the responsibility of the constituents of the scientific papers. However, some publishers are of the opinion that AI’s contribution in writing articles can be accepted in sectors other than author lists. Chat GPT can be used to correct the mistakes committed by the co-writer.

Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.

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