2023 Student Pages and Projects
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Welcome to this 2023 version of MAT385 Pages and Projects:
Each student has a personal page, dedicated to stress testing ChatGPT on its ability to do particular types of problems.
ChatGPT Stress Tests on Discrete Math Topics:
- Peyton Hayes: ChatGPT versus Statements, Symbolic Representations, and Tautologies
- Justin Selby: ChatGPT versus Lewis Carroll
- Xander Chua: ChatGPT versus Classical Syllogisms
- Nathan Reed: ChatGPT versus Set Theory
- Cameron Springer: Common techniques used to prove mathematical theorems
- Khanh Nguyen: Stress testing ChatGPT on Recurrence Relation and Tree using Fibonacci numbers
- Khue Dinh: Stress testing ChatGPT on Statistical Methods
- Matt Buckingham: Negations
Stress Tests on Other Topics:
- Andrew Stevens: ChatGPT on History
- Branden Fierro: Morals and Ethics Stress Test
- Isaac Crosslin: ChatGPT's Philosophical Health Check
- Gub Skelton: Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics
- Joel Lian : ChatGPT vs Bing Chat on C++
- Sammy Jones: ChatGPT and Astronomy
- Philip Lussi: ChatGPT and Stars
- Ba Ta: Stress testing ChatGPT on English
- Abel Yeshitela: Women's Rights
- Joey Blanchet: Subjecting ChatGPT to the Turing Test
- Dylan Fogt: ChatGPT vs Data Analytics
- Clementine Farrell: English Grammar Stress Test
- John Busha: ChatGPT Game Theory Stress Test
- Steven Bradford: ChatGPT on coding!
- Triet Luong: How does ChatGPT handle Work-Related Questions and Tasks?
- Buu Hoang: ChatGPT on Binary Conversion !
- Christopher Powers: ChatGPT and the Coronavirus
- Kaleab Alemu: ChatGPT on coding
- Matthew Madix: ChatGPT on assembly language
- Ben Coburn: ChatGPT on the Covid-19 Vaccine
- Alex Jones: ChatGPT on Ancient Wonders of the World
- Connor Perry: ChatGPT on story telling
- Aaron Schnee: ChatGPT on Cold War
- you are free to do with your page what you will! So include other resources, summaries, etc. as you wish. It's your page. Ultimately, however, it should include a section which describes your project.
- You can see examples of previous year projects at the discrete math resource page, and borrowing from these pages (in terms of format) is encouraged.