chatGPT fails the UPSC exam, answering only 54/100 questions.
Despite having passed top global law, medical as well as business exams, chatGPT fails the UPSC exam, answering only 54/100 questions.
Since its debut, the artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT has garnered media attention. The UPSC test, which is given in India to train and recruit public officials, is without a doubt the most difficult exam; in fact, even Chatas unGPT wable to pass it.
The Union Public Service Commission holds a number of exams to choose qualified applicants for the Indian Government.
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Following the current trend, Analytics India Magazine recently evaluated the chatbot's performance in one of the most difficult exams, the UPSC. Yet only 54 out of 100 questions from Questionnaire 1, Set A, of the UPSC Prelims 2022 could be answered by the chatbot.
The magazine stated that the failure of the Al chatbot was due to its inability to meet the 87.54 percent cut-off for general category students in 2021. The following subject questions included current events, social development, and polity in addition to geography, economics, history, ecology, and science.
Although having previously passed some of the most difficult exams in the world, such as the US medical exam, the US bar exam for law, and the (MBA) program at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School.
Questions about a variety of subjects, including geography, economy, history, ecology, general science, and current events, were asked to the ChatGPT. According to reports, questions about the current situation were originally scheduled for 2022.
ChatGPT failed to answer. however, The report also stated that ChatGPT gave incorrect answers to questions from categories like general science, geography, and economy.