A British university student said he asked ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence technology, to write a letter to get him out of a parking ticket, and it worked.
Millie Horton, a student at York St John’s University, was fined £60 (approximately US$74) for a parking violation. She was just going to pay, but she decided to challenge her fine by asking ChatGPT what she should say, she told BBC News.
“I was like, ‘Oh, I’m a student, so I don’t need this fine,’ but it was pretty hard trying to articulate what I wanted to say, so I decided that ChatGPT would do it for me.” I thought we’d see if we could do it,” she told BBC News.
She gave details to ChatGPT – the fine was for parking on her own street where she has a permit and calculated the response. It said that I had paid and that I would not intentionally park where I should not have parked,” she said.
A screenshot of the bot’s response was captured by AFP. It shows a crafted letter, leaving several areas for Houlton to fill in, such as the date of the parking ticket and the name of the road where she parked.
She submitted a completed letter and received a reply that the fine had been revoked. She told BBC News that she was “very relieved” that it worked, which has reached out to Horton via her Facebook and is awaiting a response.
Holton is just one of ChatGPT’s estimated 100 million users. The AI technology that becameAccording to USB research, it is used to answer questions and complete tasks.
it is very accurate– Writing code for computer programmers, writing letters for HR people, etc. It was also used to write essays and when ChatGPT was tasked with taking the bar exam, he passed it.