Discover the first version of our scientific publication "GPT-3.5 vs GPT-4: Evaluating ChatGPT's Reasoning Performance in Zero-shot Learning" published in arxiv, a widely recognized platform for sharing preprints and scientific articles. This article is currently undergoing a rigorous review process.
Thanks to the Novelis research team - including Jessica López Espejel, Mahaman Sanoussi Yahaya Alassan, El Mehdi Chouham, El Hassane Ettifouri, Walid Dahhane - for their know-how and expertise.
“Large Language Models (LLMs) have exhibited remarkable performance on various Natural Language Processing (NLP) tasks. However, there is a current hot debate regarding their reasoning capacity. In this paper, we examine the performance of GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 models, by performing a thorough technical evaluation on different reasoning tasks across eleven distinct datasets. Our findings show that GPT-4 outperforms GPT-3.5 in zero-shot learning throughout almost all evaluated tasks. In addition, we note that both models exhibit limited performance in Inductive, Mathematical, and Multi-hop Reasoning Tasks. While it may seem intuitive that the GPT-4 model would outperform GPT-3.5 given its size and efficiency in various NLP tasks, our paper offers empirical evidence to support this claim. We provide a detailed and comprehensive analysis of the results from both models to further support our findings. In addition, we propose a set of engineered prompts that improves performance of both models on zero-shot learning.”
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