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ChatGPT Just Passed the Bar and Medical School Exams

ChatGPT Just Passed the Bar and Medical School Exams

ChatGPT has already raised alarm among high school teachers, and now higher education professors are getting worried, too.

The artificial intelligence tool has officially passed the MBA exam, as well as both the bar and medical exam. Higher ed officials are concerned it’s only a matter of time before students rely on the chatbot to pass their own exams.

Andrew Karolyi, dean of Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business, told the Financial Times, “One thing we all know for sure is that ChatGPT is not going away. If anything, these A.I. techniques will continue to get better and better. Faculty and university administrators need to invest to educate themselves.”

Fortune predicts that in the coming months and years, occupations that revolve around tedious, repetitive tasks, such as lawyers and medical professionals, are most likely to be replaced by AIpowered tools such as ChatGPT. Many have expressed concerns that eventually AI will put whitecollar workers out of a job.

OpenAI has already began incorporating the chatbot into a range of businesses, from call centers to customer service departments, meaning the future of the working world may soon be largely automated.

It is clear that ChatGPT has the potential to reshape the working world. Whether it improves businesses or leads to their ruin is yet to be determined. 

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