UC Berkeley researchers found that ChatGPT has not improved over time, and in fact, may have gotten worse.
ChatGPT exploded onto the scene late last year, dazzling people with its human-like conversational abilities, and the release of latest version prompted a crypto rally and calls for a pause in development. But according to a new study, the leading AI bot’s skills may actually be on the decline.
The tests revealed a startling drop-off in performance between versions. On a math challenge of determining prime numbers, ChatGPT solved 488 out of 500 questions correctly in March, an accuracy of 97.6%. However, in June, ChatGPT only managed to get 12 questions right, plunging to 2.4% accuracy.
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