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ChatGPT passes Google coding interview

An internal document says that Google gave ChatGPT coding interview questions and then decided to hire it for a level three engineering position based on how it answered the questions. Again AI and metaverse news.

CNBC said that the experiment was done as part of Google’s recent testing of multiple AI chatbots, which the company is considering adding to the site. ChatGPT’s ability to give a brief, accurate answer to a question could save users the time they usually spend clicking through Google links to find the same information.

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“Amazingly, ChatGPT gets hired at L3 when interviewed for a coding position,” the document says. Even though level three on Google’s engineering team is considered an entry-level job, the average total pay for the job is around $183,000.

About ChatGPT’s Google coding interview

ChatGPT passed Google’s software engineer interview, which is mostly technical. The interview includes some behavioral examples. Facebook, Amazon, and others use these questions, especially for leadership roles, which may be a barrier for “hiring” ChatGPT.

However, ChatGPT’s ability to pass the coding interview’s technical questions has raised doubts about its ability to revolutionize Google and engineering positions. Is this happening now or in five or 20 years?

“No, ChatGPT will not replace software engineers,” the AI responded. “ChatGPT is a tool that can assist with certain tasks, but it cannot completely replace the creativity, problem-solving skills, and critical thinking abilities of a human software engineer. Additionally, ChatGPT requires human supervision and direction to operate effectively.”

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