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The Dark Side Of ChatGPT Explained

ChatGPT has been heralded as one of the most significant advancements in artificial intelligence since its introduction on November 30, 2022. Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT), the “GPT” in the name, is a neural network learning model that enables machines to carry out natural language processing (NLP) tasks. Many predict that ChatGPT, a technological disruptor, would soon dethrone Google from the top search engine perch it has held for many years. Nevertheless, despite ChatGPT’s tremendous feature set, there is a murky aspect to the chatbot that has justifiably alarmed many.


ChatGPT was developed and released by OpenAI, a business that Elon Musk and Sam Altman co-founded with other individuals. ChatGPT is essentially an AI chatbot that can do any text-based job given to it. In other words, ChatGPT is significantly faster and maybe more accurate than people at writing reams and reams of code. It is also capable of composing poetry or song lyrics, which are essentially creative duties.

The chatbot also has a Pro edition, which should be available shortly. Users will be able to work on it even when the platform is busy since it will be able to react to inquiries more quickly.

People are now formally living in an AI environment, according to Ethan Mollick, an associate professor at the famed Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Since its debut, ChatGPT has been in the news. In a little more than two months, it has dramatically increased in popularity. Bill Gates is one of the strongest supporters of AI, and hence, the chatbot, along with Elon Musk.


According to reports in the media, Microsoft, which he co-founded and served on the board until 2021, may invest USD 10 billion in OpenAI. Microsoft previously made two investments in OpenAI, in 2019 and 2021. The Satya Nadella-led organization announced on January 23, 2023, that it is expanding its partnership with OpenAI “via a multiyear, multimillion-dollar commitment to advance AI breakthroughs.” The corporation did not, however, disclose the amount it was investing.

Indian business magnate Gautam Adani, a billionaire, is another supporter of ChatGPT. Adani earlier said in a post on LinkedIn that ChatGPT represents a “transformational moment in the democratization of AI given its remarkable powers as well as humorous errors” and acknowledged that he had “some addiction” to the chatbot.
In addition to growing in popularity and demonstrating its value in helpfully responding to user inquiries, ChatGPT has also left its imprint on some of the most significant exams in the world.

Having passed the US Medical Licensing Test, the chatbot (USMLE). Without any extra training or help, it “performed at or near the passing threshold,” according to the medical repository medRxiv.

These findings imply that massive language models may be able to support clinical decision-making as well as medical education, according to medRxiv.

Also, the chatbot passed an operations management exam created by Wharton professor Christian Terwiesch for the University of Pennsylvania MBA program. He said that three distinct tests were conducted by ChatGPT. In one test, it received an A+, while in another, a B to B-. The third, creating exam questions were required.

These were decent but not outstanding questions. They had some originality, but they still needed to be polished. I could see myself turning to the ChatGPT as a partner to get me started with a few test questions and then moving forward from there,” Terwiesch told the Wharton Global Youth Program.

Nonetheless, despite the great level of interest in ChatGPT, few instructors are impressed. Several institutions and universities across the world have restricted access to the AI chatbot out of concern that it may easily be used to aid cheating.

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