Chat GPT, used in Stanford final exams

Microsoft has decided to make a huge additional investment of 10 billion dollars in OpenAI, the developer of the AI ​​answering machine "Chat GPT", and it is eerily threatening Google and Amazon, but the local prestigious At Stanford University, there are already students who refer to Chat GPT in their final exams, and the university is busy responding.

Chat GPT, used in Stanford final exams

# $10 Billion bet

The $10 billion investment will also be Microsoft's largest since its inception.

The official blog announcement on the 23rd did not include a specific amount, but according to a Semafor article dated the 9th, it will be that amount in total with the VC investment.

Until the investment is recovered, Microsoft will hold 75% of OpenAI's profits, after which it will hold 49% of OpenAI's shares, and in return for the initial investment, OpenAI will exclusively use Microsoft's cloud service Azure Arrangement.

# Cutting into Amazon's cloud

OpenAI is still in the red, as CEO Sam Altman tweeted, " ChatGPT costs a few cents every time you ask a question. " Yet the company's valuation, including the new investment, is $29 billion (approximately 3.8 trillion yen). In the first week of this month, permission was given to sell shares to employees and early investors based on this valuation ( WSJ dated 5th ).

Although it is an exceptional value for a company in the red, Microsoft wants to break down the cloud share of AWS (Amazon Web Service) by bringing in OpenAI, which is counted as one of the world's top three AIs, to Azure. There seems to be speculation.

In addition to Chat GPT, OpenAI also has Open AI Five, which can beat human gamers, and "Dall-E," which generates pictures and photos as you imagined when you enter characters, and Microsoft's Office and Bing. If you can use it, it looks like it's going to be close to you.

# Google's search core business is also "code red"

If AI can answer anything in human language, you don't have to press the ad link.

For Google, which accounts for 80% of the company's sales from search advertising sales, it's a matter of life and death! As a result, Google executives have declared a "code red," an emergency that threatens the company's core businessThe NYT reports that CEO Sundar Pichai himself is urging DALL-E to quickly prepare a rival .

The world is falling in love with Chat GPT while LaMDA is firing an employee who said it has a soul .

 # By the way, what is OpenAI?

OpenAI is an AI research lab co-founded in 2005 by tech investor Altman CEO (Stanford dropped out in 2005) and Tesla CEO Elon Musk ( who wasn't actually at Stanford ).

Although Elon left the company in 2018, he remains influential due to his $1 billion initial investment with fellow PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman. 

# Bar exams, final exams, MBA, Chat GPT

Chat GPT hit the 1 million download milestone in less than a week after it was released to the general public last November, and was downloaded in large numbers by students. Worried about cheating, the Seattle Board of Education has banned the use of these cards in schools, and the movement to ban them is spreading to campuses across the United States.

In fact, even in a rough survey conducted by the Stanford University Newspaper, which is the home of Open AI, it was confirmed that many students used it in the final exam. "The use of unauthorized devices is prohibited!"

Chat GPT has reached a level that allows him to pass the final exam of the MBA course at the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the world's most prestigious schools, with a B just before the deadline.

A conundrum that makes a highly paid business consultant cry is a joke, and Professor Christian Terwiesc is amazed at his right answer.

Even when I was asked to take the bar exam, I got a surprisingly large number of correct answers, and I got a C+ on the exam at the University of Minnesota Law SchoolAn AI that has never taken a single university class is C+, and it's ridiculous to hold a candle in your head and memorize past precedents. The only thing that was suspicious was that the grammar was so perfect that it was suspicious (professor).

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