Exploring the Possibility of Chat GPT-4 as a Dual Expert: Lawyer and Advanced Sommelier

OpenAI has recently announced its latest language model, GTP-4, which has shown remarkable results in a series of exams.
Unlike its predecessor GTP-3, GTP-4 has demonstrated exceptional proficiency in various fields of study, ranging from literature and science to law and even sommelier expertise.

GTP-4 has achieved impressive scores in several exams, including the Uniform Bar Exam, which scored 298 out of 400, allowing it to practice law in any U.S. jurisdiction.

Its Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score is high enough to place it in the top 20 law schools and close to the scores required for acceptance to Ivy League schools such as Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, and Yale.

GTP-4 has even passed three sommelier exams from the Court of Master Sommeliers, certifying it as an Advanced Sommelier.

While it can’t taste or drink wine, its knowledge of wine and its properties is quite remarkable.

Although GTP-4 performed exceedingly well in science, history, law, psychology, and statistics, it struggled with certain subjects. Its score in calculus was average, ranking in the 43rd to 59th percentile.

English literature and Composition ranked between the 4th and 22nd percentile, and below the 5th percentile in the Codeforces Rating.

While the new capabilities of GTP-4 are impressive, mathematicians, writers, and coders are safe from being replaced by this technology, at least for the time being.

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