ChatGPT Now Can Ace Logic Tests
Just don’t ask it to be creative
When the new version of the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT arrived this week, I watched it do something impressive: solve logic puzzles.
One after the other, I fed the AI called GPT-4 questions from the logical reasoning portion of the LSAT used for law school admissions. Those always leave me with a headache, yet the software aced them like a competent law student.
But as cool as that is, it doesn’t mean AI is suddenly as smart as a lawyer.
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