[DDIntel] Tech: Why GPT-4 Outperforms Students in Law Exams, But Likely Won’t Come for Their Jobs
In today's world, many aspire to be leaders, a title that carries prestige and admiration. However, the distinction between leadership and management is often blurred. Leadership involves creating a moral and psychological climate, while management focuses on organization and administration through hierarchy.
Throughout history, societies have oscillated between the prominence of ideology-driven leadership and pragmatic management, depending on their economic circumstances. The current model of liberal consumerism, born in the 1970s, is facing challenges, with economic growth slowing and inequality rising.
Competing ideological movements offer solutions, including conservatism, socialism, and environmentalism. Each has charismatic leaders and addresses pressing issues. However, the future of leadership may shift toward specialized project managers, relying on technology and objective evaluations.
While this orderly future may seem less exciting, it's a potential path to a more harmonious society. Emotions and passions, as Mark Twain suggested, may still find their place, even in a more structured world. Read more in this article!
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Why GPT-4 Outperforms Students in Law Exams, But Likely Won’t Come for Their Jobs
The relationship between generative AI and education is rapidly evolving and extremely complex. But there are a few things we can say with certainty.
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