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(Mar 31, 2023). Forbes. "The (future) machine doctor, however, is quite confident in its healthcare potential: “Chatbots… are the ultimate healthcare game-changer, turning the traditional healthcare model on its head and making it more accessible, accurate and convenient for everyone, ” says ChatGPT."
(2023) This systematic review examines the potential applications of ChatGPT, an AI-based conversational large language model, in health care education, research, and practice. A total of 60 eligible records were analyzed, with benefits cited including improved scientific writing, efficient analysis of datasets, and personalized learning. However, concerns regarding ethical, copyright, and legal issues were also noted, and caution is urged in its use. The authors suggest the need for a code of ethics to guide the responsible use of ChatGPT and other LLMs in health care and academia.
(2023) This literature review explores ChatGPT's relevance in higher education, especially in assessment, learning, and teaching. It describes ChatGPT's functionalities, strengths, and limitations, and discusses its implications for the future of education. ChatGPT's applications for students, teachers, and systems are analyzed, along with opportunities and threats. The article concludes with assessment-focused recommendations for students, teachers, and institutions.
(2022) This article explores how AI-based natural language production systems like GPT-3 can produce unique text with minimal human intervention. As these systems continue to improve rapidly, teachers may face the challenge of students producing human-like text without engaging in the complex writing processes. The article describes the capabilities of such systems and offers suggestions for how instructors can meet this challenge.
Mhlanga, David, Open AI in Education, the Responsible and Ethical Use of ChatGPT Towards Lifelong Learning (February 11, 2023). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4354422 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4354422
Hwang, G. J., Xie, H., Wah, B. W., & Gašević, D. (2020). Vision, challenges, roles and research issues of Artificial Intelligence in Education. Computers and Education: Artificial Intelligence, 1, 100001.
The influence of ChatGPT on higher education depends on how and to what extent it’s employed. It may serve as a tool to enhance teaching and learning, but could also hinder students’ motivation and focus. Furthermore, like other AI systems, using ChatGPT for educational purposes raises ethical considerations.
(2023, March) "As researchers in the field of anesthesia, critical care, and pain medicine, we are witnessing a revolution in scientific writing brought on by artificial intelligence (AI) and tools like ChatGPT."
(April 17, 2023) Modern Healthcare. "Epic Systems is working with Microsoft to integrate generative AI technology into its electronic health record software for the first time, the companies said Monday."
"While AI algorithms may one day independently learn to read CT scans, identify skin lesions and provide medical diagnoses, the low-hanging fruit is in improving physician efficiency, de-tethering clinicians from the computer."
"Although AI-based language models like ChatGPT have demonstrated impressive capabilities, it is uncertain how well they will perform in real-world scenarios, particularly in fields such as medicine where high-level and complex thinking is necessary."
(2023) This paper proposes integrating ChatGPT into higher education, specifically for software engineering and scientific writing. It presents findings from a literature review and informal discussions with lecturers and researchers, identifying five challenges and three opportunities. The paper suggests four main areas for integration.
(2023) The use of natural language processing (NLP) and artificial intelligence (AI) can revolutionize the preparation of clinical letters. OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot uses NLP technology to generate human-like text, which has the potential to produce high-quality clinical letters that are easily understandable by patients while improving efficiency and accuracy. A study was conducted to evaluate the readability, factual correctness, and humanness of ChatGPT-generated clinical letters to patients with limited clinical input, using the example of skin cancer as the most common human cancer.
(2023) "In this study, in order to explore how ChatGPT could give reflections and suggestions about the sudden outbreak of Mpox in 2022 from the AI dimensions, [researchers] talked with ChatGPT with several questions about Mpox. [The researchers] hope this talk could enrich [their] knowledge on Mpox from the new AI dimensions and also explore the possibility of human and AI fight shoulder to shoulder for prevention and containment of the potential epidemics or pandemics in future."