Ever since ChatGPT was released in November last year, it has caught the imagination of people worldwide. From passing exams to answering questions in a conversational manner just like a human, the chatbot developed by OpenAI has been causing a frenzy.
As people discover the things they can accomplish using ChatGPT, a man shared on Twitter how his cousin got caught using the chatbot for doing his seventh-grade English homework. Roshan Patel, who is the founder and CEO of Walnut according to his Twitter bio, shared a photo of the homework and it was pretty obvious why he got caught.
Patel wrote in the tweet, “My little cousin Arjun got caught using ChatGPT on his 7th grade English homework.” Answering a question, he wrote, “As an AI language model, I don’t have personal expectations of opinions.” He then went on to write that “the ending of Amy Tan’s book “The Joy Luck Club”, is often regarded as powerful and poignant”.