An AI has passed the entrance exam for the University of Tokyo. The exam covers five subjects including math, physics, and English. That's 3 out of 5 -- there's only two more subjects, but the person who wrote the article couldn't be bothered to just name them. Anyway, the AI was developed by a Japanese research institute called the National Institute of Informatics, and it "received a score of 511 points out of 950, above the national average of 416, and did exceptionally well on math and history-related problems." The article doesn't say whether the AI was given the problems in text form, or whether it had to use image processing algorithms to read the test, like other test-taking AIs have had to do.