About 20 students at the University of Strasbourg in France were re-tested for using the ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot in an exam. This was reported by the TV channel. BFMTV.
“This is the first case at the University of Strasbourg, we have no other cases to date,” the university spokesperson said.
He added that decisions about students will be made individually and that French law will be followed in every case of fraud.
The exam was conducted remotely and devoted to the recent history of Japan. Students were asked to take a multiple-choice exam.
According to the channel, during the exam, examiners noticed several students’ similar responses compiled using ChatGPT at the same time. Students are now required to come to the exam in person and take it at the university building.
It was previously reported that there were more than 39 hours of live streaming on the Twitch platform. show an endless sitcomgenerated by neural networks in real time.
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