OpenAI’s latest iteration of its artificial intelligence chatbot, ChatGPT v4, has aced the bar and SATs exams with scores ranking in the 90th percentile. It has also shown new processing capabilities, including the ability to identify exploits in ETH smart contracts by analysing information contained within. The original version of ChatGPT frequently finished in the bottom 10% in exams, but the new version scored 163 in the 88th percentile on the LSAT test and passed a simulated bar test with a score in the top 10%. GPT-4’s score of 298 out of 400 on the Uniform Bar test is a vast improvement over ChatGPT’s plodding score of 213 out of 400. The results have raised concerns among some that the AI chatbot could significantly disrupt the global education system. Conor Grogan, a former Coinbase director and blockchain expert, has already fitted a live Ethereum smart contract into GPT-4 and discovered its ability to identify potential security vulnerabilities.