ChatGPT Simplifies Assignment Copying for Students: Here’s How


ChatGPT Introduces a New Update That Could Be Useful for Copying or Rewriting Content from PDFs or Documents: Here’s an Overview of the New Feature

“When OpenAI unveiled ChatGPT in November 2022, it quickly gained popularity, largely attributed to its ability to respond in a human-like manner and perform tasks that were previously considered exclusive to humans. The chatbot could not only write essays, reports, compose music, poetry, and stories, but it could also undertake a wide range of creative tasks. Students soon discovered a creative application for the chatbot – assisting them in writing assignments. Some universities, like New York University, initially banned the use of the AI chatbot. However, over time, the education sector began to accept the use of ChatGPT.

Now, OpenAI has introduced an update that may make it even easier for students to copy assignments using the chatbot. The new update allows users to directly upload PDF files to ChatGPT. This feature, however, is currently in beta mode and is exclusively available to ChatGPT Plus members. It can be particularly handy for those who prefer not to read extensive documents and only seek specific information from them.

OpenAI launched ChatGPT Plus, a premium version of the AI chatbot, in February of the same year. The subscription costs $20 per month, approximately Rs 1,650, and offers benefits such as “faster response speed” and “priority access to new features.” Additionally, ChatGPT Plus grants users access to GPT-4, the latest large language model introduced by OpenAI earlier in the year.

About GPT-4: ChatGPT 4, introduced in March of the same year, is more powerful than its predecessor, GPT 3.5. OpenAI’s blog post introducing GPT-4 stated, “We’ve created GPT-4, the latest milestone in OpenAI’s effort in scaling up deep learning. GPT-4 is a large multimodal model, accepting both image and text inputs and generating text outputs. While it may be less capable than humans in many real-world scenarios, it demonstrates human-level performance on various professional and academic benchmarks.”

Upon introducing GPT-4, OpenAI also disclosed a list of exams that the chatbot had successfully passed and shared its scores. The model achieved impressive scores, such as 88th percentile on the LSAT, 89th percentile on SAT Math, 80th percentile on the GRE Quantitative exam, and 99th and 54th percentiles on the GRE verbal and writing exams, respectively.

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