ChatGPT Fails India’s JEE Entrance Exam
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ChatGPT Fails India’s JEE Entrance Exam

ChatGPT, the large language model AI bot, has gained worldwide recognition for its incredible ability to solve complex problems. It has been successful in cracking some of the toughest exams worldwide, including the bar exam to practice law in a couple of US states and the exam to attain a license to practice medicine and surgery. However, when it comes to cracking the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced, a highly competitive engineering entrance exam in India, ChatGPT failed miserably. It was only able to answer 11 questions correctly, resulting in a failing grade.

JEE Advanced is known for its challenging questions that test a student’s comprehension of difficult concepts in mathematics, physics, and chemistry. With only a small percentage of thousands of students passing the exam each year, ChatGPT’s inability to pass raises questions about whether artificial intelligence can replace human intelligence in addressing complex problems.

While ChatGPT’s failure to pass the JEE exam has shocked many, it’s important to note that the AI bot has limitations. Despite its extraordinary skills to solve complex problems, it still struggles with comprehension of difficult concepts that require human intelligence.

Nevertheless, ChatGPT has excelled in other prestigious exams, including a law exam at the University of Minnesota, an MBA exam in Wharton, and more. It has even been employed to answer Google-generated coding interview questions and used by students to write essays and research reports.

The ongoing debate about whether artificial intelligence can replace human intelligence in addressing complicated problems has been brought to light once again by ChatGPT’s inability to pass the JEE exam. While AI bots like ChatGPT have been hailed as revolutionary, it’s clear that they still have limitations and cannot replace human intelligence entirely. As technology advances, it’s important to remember that AI is here to augment human intelligence, not replace it.

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David Green
David is a research scientist from the United Kingdom. With a keen interest in AI, he is always looking for new and innovative ways to apply the technology. When he's not working, he enjoys playing the guitar and composing his own music.

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