ChatGPT has alarmed high-school teachers, who worry that students will use it—or other new artificial-intelligence tools—to cheat on writing assignments. However, the concern doesn’t stop at the high-school level. At the University of Pennsylvania’s prestigious Wharton School of Business, professor Christian Terwiesch is curious what this A.I. means. What does A.I. tools actually mean? MBA programs. 

Terwiesch published a new book this week. research paper In which he described how ChatGPT Performing on the Final exam One example: MBA Operation Management is the core course.

The A.I. Chatbot by A.I. wrote, “does an amazing job at basic operations management and process analysis questions including those that are based on case studies.”

He acknowledged that it had some shortcomings. “more advanced process analysis questions.” 

But ChatGPT, he determined, “would have received a B to B- grade on the exam.” 

It has been used elsewhere. “performed well in the preparation of legal documents and some believe that the next generation of this technology might even be able to pass the bar exam,” He noted.

ChatGPT ‘is not going away’

You can, of course. ChatGPT is “just in its infancy,” Mark Cuban, billionaire entrepreneur and noted this week an Interview with It’s not a bot, an A.I. newsletter. He concluded, “Imagine what GPT 10 is going to look like.”

Andrew Karolyi, dean of Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business, agrees, telling the Financial Times This week: “One thing we all know for sure is that ChatGPT is not going away. If anything, these AI techniques will continue to get better and better. Faculty and university administrators need to invest to educate themselves.”

That’s especially true with software giant Microsoft mulling a $10 billion investment in OpenAI, the Venture behind ChatGPT, after an An initial $1Billion investment was made a few years earlier. Google parent Alphabet is Answering the question by investing in similar tools the It is afraid that its search dominance could be threatened by the challenge

These tools will continue to be used by people, whether they like it or not. MBA students.

“I’m of the mind that AI isn’t going to replace people, but people who use AI are going to replace people,” Kara McWilliams from ETS Product Innovation Labs explained that the tool, which can be used to identify AI-generated solutions, is a tool. the Times

Terwiesch made the following observation when introducing his paper: the The electronic calculators’ use had an adverse effect the corporate world—and This suggests that tools like ChatGPT.

“Prior to the introduction of calculators and other computing devices, many firms employed hundreds of employees whose task it was to manually perform mathematical operations such as multiplications or matrix inversions,” He wrote. “Obviously, such tasks are now automated, and the value of the associated skills has dramatically decreased. In the same way any automation of the skills taught in our MBA programs could potentially reduce the value of an MBA education.” 

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