If robots rise up against humanity, it might be because we’re making them take a bunch of tests. ChatGPT, the much-hyped AI text generator from OpenAI, passed medical, business, and law exams this month and scored higher than many human students.
ChatGPT recently scored above a passing grade on…
• The three-part US Medical Licensing Exam
• A Wharton Business School exam—the final test of the MBA program’s Operations Management course
• Four University of Minnesota Law School exams in Constitutional Law, Employee Benefits, Taxation, and Torts (not the dessert)
What is ChatGPT?
It is built on top of OpenAI’s GPT-3 family of large language models and is fine-tuned with both supervised and reinforcement learning techniques.
How to use ChatGPT from OpenAI
If you’ve had a scroll through Twitter recently and seen somebody on your timeline shocked with a writing prompt developed by an AI, there’s a good chance they’ve been using ChatGPT.
It’s a piece of free-to-use (provided you have an OpenAI account) software where you give it a prompt and it will develop what you want. Some users have utilized it to see if it can type out cease and desist letters like a real lawyer, while others have thrown more wacky ideas at it.
In most cases, the result has left users pretty impressed with what they’ve seen. So, if you want to get involved, follow the steps below.
- Head over to the ChatGPT site
- Create an OpenAI account
- Use the ‘for personal use’ option
- Set the prompt you want to use – be it a conversation or Q&A
- Click ‘Open’ in Playground
- Type into the box and submit
- Watch as the AI delivers a response!
According to some stats, the program has already racked up over 1 million users in the short span that it has been live, and it only seems to be growing by the day.
The impressive bit of tech is, though, in a feedback stage, so it will likely go down to be tweaked at some point. So, if you want to get involved, make sure you do so sooner rather than later.