ChatGPT Passes US Medical Licensing Exam, Elon Musk Says, But How

Ever since the time Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT debuted in November, it has been the hot topic of every conversation on the internet for its gossip prowess.

People are asking ChatGPT different things in a playful and light-hearted way to test the capabilities and power of the chatbot.

The tool has also passed some major exams in the recent past, including the US Medical Licensing Exam, the Wharton Business School exam for the final exam of the MBA program’s Operations Management course, and the University of Minnesota Law School’s four exams in constitutional law.

Now, reacting to ChatGPT passing the US medical licensing exam, Twitter CEO Elon Musk took a dig at the artificial intelligence chatbot.

Mr. Elon replied to a tweet detailing the chatbot’s capabilities and said, “I’m sure everything will be fine.”

Notably, AI research company Open AI, in which Elon Musk and Microsoft have invested capital, has created the chatbot ChatGPT.

Anyone using the AI Tools website can ask the chatbot questions on any topic and receive quick, detailed responses in paragraph form.

Over the past few weeks, ChatGPT has demonstrated what it’s capable of. The tool has written quick and complex essays, drafted marketing pitches, produced poems and jokes, and even drafted a speech for a Congressman in the United States.

However, there are also fears that AI could take over some human jobs.

Read More: NDTV

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