ChatGPT fails the UPSC test. What occurred when ChatGPT tried the UPSC Prelims test is described here. When it comes to recruitment examinations in India, UPSC exams are the most difficult. According to the report, even ChatGPT was unable to clear the same.
The same is evident from ChatGPT’s failure to pass the UPSC test. ChatGPT (Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer) aims to create articles that resemble those authored by people based on the input. ChatGPT allegedly failed the UPSC preliminary test. The AI chatbot could only respond to 54 out of 100 questions from Set A of Question Paper 1 of the UPSC Prelims 2022. Using the cut-off from the previous year, UPSC declared the test a failure.
OpenAI claims that ChatGPT knows nothing about the world or things that happen beyond 2021. The 100 questions from Set A of Question Paper 1 from the 2022 UPSC Prelims, according to AIM, were all given to ChatGPT. Remarkably, the AI chatbot ChatGPT could only respond to 54 of 100 questions.
Questions on geography, economics, history, ecology, general science, and current events were posed to the AI chatbot ChatGPT. ChatGPT apparently did not reply since the inquiries about current events also had a 2022 emphasis. Nonetheless, the research did claim that ChatGPT provided inaccurate answers to inquiries into general science, geography, and economics.
One more update The AI tool ChatGPT has been prohibited by numerous institutions. The chat-friendly AI bot ChatGPT has gained notoriety for its amusing comments, practical tools, and assistance with students’ homework tasks. The Central Board of Secondary Education, or CBSE, has published a set of board exam norms, and board exams are now being administered. The Board has forbidden the usage of ChatGPT powered by AI.