For more than a century, law students have run themselves ragged trying to pass the written bar exam. Last week, artificial intelligence did it without a struggle.

On March 14, when the much-anticipated news broke that OpenAI had released GPT-4, its most powerful AI model to date, with it came the news that GPT-4 had passed the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) with scores that would place it in the 90th percentile of test-takers.

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