New Delhi: Now, everyone understands that ChatGPT, an AI-powered chatbot, can write anything—including articles, emails, plays, and poetry—and can do so in a variety of tones and styles based on commands you give it. It turns out that he could also pass the exams, but with significant flaws. The chatbot’s performance on an MBA exam was recently evaluated by a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the top business organizations in the world.
Christian Terwich quizzed ChatGPT about Operations Management, a major topic in his MBA. Find out about this he referred to in my research article. At first, he found that ChatGPT was “great” at answering queries about core process management and process analysis, even those that were based on case studies. (Also read: ‘You were laid off for the third time in 4 months’: IT employee writes heartbreaking post after being fired from Google)
Terwiesch noted that ChatGPT not only provided “great” explanations but also answered questions accurately. Modifying its responses based on human indicators is one of ChatGPT’s strengths. (Also Read: IT Layoffs 2023: About 3,000 Employees Are Fired Per Day In January By Tech Giants)
According to Terwiesch’s work, “Chat GPT3 was able to fix itself after obtaining acceptable advice from a human expert in cases where it had originally failed to match the problem with the correct solution approach.” However, the chatbot also had many shortcomings. Terwiesch noted that ChatGPT sometimes produces “surprising” school-wide math errors. “These errors can be of enormous magnitude,” the professor continued.
In addition, he continued, ChatGPT is unable to handle more difficult queries about process parsing. The lecturer stated that the chatbot would have received a grade of B to B- based on how it performed on the test. When discussing ChatGPT’s potential effects, Terwiesch suggested it might be comparable to the effects of electronic calculators in the workplace.