ChatGPT, a large language model developed by OpenAI, has recently shown its potential in the field of education by passing the US Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) and earning a passing grade in the Evidence and Torts section of the Multistate Bar Exam. These studies, which have yet to be peer-reviewed, suggest that ChatGPT has the potential to assist with medical education and potentially even clinical decision-making. Additionally, a study led by the University of Pennsylvania found that ChatGPT would have earned a B to B- in an operations management course at the Wharton School of Business.
These results are causing experts in the field of artificial intelligence to consider the future potential of integrating AI and language models into various fields, and ChatGPT has already begun to shake up how we approach education. However, some educators have expressed concerns about the potential negative effects that products like ChatGPT may have on the education system in the future.
Recently, Microsoft announced a multi-billion dollar investment in OpenAI, signaling a “third phase” in their relationship. However, the deal may come with a price for users, as OpenAI is reportedly testing a $42 monthly “professional” tier subscription among early adopters.
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