ChatGPT and antimicrobial advice: the end of the consulting infection doctor?
Generative artificial intelligence (AI) models have proliferated in the past 2 years. ChatGPT—a large language model (LLM) developed by OpenAI (San Francisco, CA)—mimics natural language and solves cognitive problems by reinforcing learning from online resources using human feedback. Despite access to limited medical data, ChatGPT has medical licensing examination performance as an undergraduate third-year medical student, and has, therefore, stimulated urgent discussions within medicine. Stokel-Walker and van Noorden discuss the implications of generative AI for science and describe how ChatGPT “could answer some open-ended medical queries almost as well as the average human physician could, although it still had shortcomings and unreliabilities.
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