clinical medicine, research, information literacy, education, artificial intelligence
Recent breakthroughs in generative artificial intelligence (GAI) and the emergence of transformer-based large language models such as Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer (ChatGPT) have the potential to transform healthcare education, research, and clinical practice. This article examines the current trends in using GAI models in medicine, outlining their strengths and limitations. It is imperative to develop further consensus-based guidelines to govern the appropriate use of GAI, not only in medical education but also in research, scholarship, and clinical practice.
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Shoja, Mohammadali M.; Van de Ridder, J. M. Monica; and Rajput, Vijay, "The Emerging Role of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Medical Education, Research, and Practice." (2023). HPD Articles. 378.
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