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Arrested for using artificial intelligence to answer entrance exam (+VIDEO)

Arrested for using artificial intelligence to answer entrance exam (+VIDEO)

In the video released by the press, you can see how the officer scans a question written on a piece of paper with a camera, and then you can hear the ‘software’ reply through a headset.

A young man in Turkey has been sent to university detention after he was found to have used artificial intelligence tools to answer questions on the Higher Education Institution Examination (YKS, its acronym in Turkish).

The Hurriyet newspaper reported that the man entered YKS’s first session on June 8 with a small camera in the form of a shirt button, a headset and a kind of router—which provided him with an Internet connection—hidden in one of his shoes, as police in Isparta province determined.

Once the controls were passed and the exam began, the student photographed the questions with his button camera.

The information is processed by the AI ​​chatbot ChatGPT, which generates responses and communicates them through the headset.

Despite the elaborate plan, a room attendant became suspicious of the student’s behavior and removed him from the national exam.

The informed police arrested him along with his accomplice. A router, three cameras and a mobile phone disguised as a credit card, through which the hearing aids were connected.

Later, one of the agents gave a detailed explanation of how the entire mechanism works.

In the video released by the press, you can see how the officer scans a question written on a piece of paper with a camera, and then you can hear the ‘software’ reply through a headset.

It is worth remembering that ChatGPT can not only detect written information, but also recognize and accurately describe text in images.

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The student is currently awaiting trial as cheating in university entrance exams is considered a serious crime in Turkey.

According to the TRT Haber channel, the estimated punishments range from 1 to 4 years in prison and the concerned candidate cannot apply for any probation for 2 years.

The incident, the first of its kind in the history of YKS, has led it to consider taking extra precautions in future examinations through the use of metal detectors and thorough searches of every examinee.

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