Mar 15, 2023

GPT-4 Achieves 90th Percentile in High School, Law School Exams

The latest version of the artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT, GPT-4, has achieved impressive results in a range of U.S. exams. On March 14, its creator OpenAI released figures showing that GPT-4 achieved a score of 163 in the 88th percentile on the LSAT exam — the test college students need to pass in the United States to be admitted into law school — and 298 out of 400 in the Uniform Bar Exam, a test undertaken by recently graduated law students permitting them to practice as a lawyer in any U.S. jurisdiction.

In addition to passing these tests, GPT-4 also scored in the 93rd and 89th percentile on the SAT Evidence-Based Reading & Writing and SAT Math exams, respectively, and in the 85-100%, 71-88% and 66-84% percentiles in AP Biology, Chemistry and Physics 2, respectively.

But GPT-4’s performance was not as strong in English literature exams, posting scores in the 8th to 44th percentile across two separate tests, and its AP Calculus score was fairly average, ranking in the 43rd to 59th percentile.

However, GPT-4 can do more than just pass exams. OpenAI said it can also convert image, audio and video inputs to text in addition to handling “much more nuanced instructions” more creatively and reliably.

The figures released by OpenAI have prompted fear in the Twitter community, with Nick Almond, the founder of FactoryDAO, telling his 14,300 Twitter followers on March 14 that GPT4 is going to “scare people” and it will “collapse” the global education system.

Former Coinbase director Conor Grogan said he inserted a live Ethereum smart contract into GPT-4, and the chatbot instantly pointed to several “security vulnerabilities” and outlined how the code might be exploited.

Rowan Cheung, the founder of the AI newsletter The Rundown, shared a video of GPT transcribing a hand-drawn fake website on a piece of paper into code.

The results of GPT-4 and its predecessor GPT-3.5 have implications for the web3 space, and in particular the NFT (non-fungible token) industry. GPT-4’s ability to process complex instructions and identify code bugs could be used to create more secure NFTs and promote them more effectively.

NFTs are digital assets that are unique and cannot be replicated, and their popularity has skyrocketed in recent months. NFTs have been used to create digital art, music, collectibles, and even video games.

To capitalize on this trend, NFT marketers could use GPT-4 to create more effective marketing campaigns and more secure NFTs. GPT-4 could also be used to create more engaging content for social media platforms such as Twitter, helping to promote NFTs and increase their visibility.

For those looking to take advantage of GPT-4’s capabilities, there are a number of web3 agencies specializing in NFT marketing. These agencies can help to create custom campaigns tailored to a specific NFT, helping to maximize its potential and reach the widest possible audience.

GPT-4 has the potential to revolutionize the web3 space, and its capabilities are sure to be put to the test in the coming months. As the NFT industry continues to grow, GPT-4 is sure to play an increasingly important role in its development.

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