A student at Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic) was summoned to a disciplinary commission. The reason for this was his use of artificial intelligence during an open test at the university.

This is stated on the TV channel CT24.

It is currently unknown which neural network the student used. However, representatives of the university saw the “handwriting” of artificial intelligence in the test he passed. It was identified through the use of atypical Czech language constructions in response.

Therefore, Klara Hilakova, a lecturer at the Faculty of Sociology, stated that “the commission decided to punish the student.”

What kind of punishment befell the inventive student is currently unknown. Unless it is noted that this is the first case of using AI to solve a problem at a university.

Recall, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said that suspending AI problems of the future of humanity will not solve.