ChatGPT’s impact extends beyond the education sector and is causing significant changes in other areas.
Legislators struggle to distinguish between AI and constituents
Natural language models, such as ChatGPT and GPT-4, open new opportunities for malicious actors to influence representative democracy, new Cornell University research suggests.
JMIR Medical Education Invites Submissions for Its New Theme Issue “ChatGPT: Generative Language Models and Generative AI in Medical Education”
JMIR Medical Education is excited to announce the launch of a new theme issue, ChatGPT, Generative Language Models, and Generative AI in Medical Education. The Call for Papers is now open and submissions are due by July 31st.
Can ChatGPT be Counted On?
Chatbots and artificial intelligence are increasingly becoming more popular to answer questions about health. Researchers studied one of these resources, ChatGPT, to provide incredibly valuable and well-timed insights into the capabilities and limitations of artificial intelligence in the context of cancer-related information. Are people with cancer and their caregivers getting accurate answers?
AI software like ChatGPT provides benefits, poses risks for researchers and scientific publishing field
In a new ‘Ideas and Opinions,’ authors from Amsterdam University Medical Center outline the possible benefits, problems, and future of medical research assisted or written by artificial intelligence (AI) software applications like ChatGPT. The piece is published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
JMIR Medical Education Launches Special Issue on the Use of ChatGPT in Medical Education, After New Study Finds ChatGPT Passes the United States Medical Licensing Examination
A study published on February 8, 2023, in JMIR Medical Education, a leading open access journal on digital medical education, evaluated the potential of ChatGPT, a natural language processing model, as a medical education tool. The study found that ChatGPT reaches the equivalent of a passing score for a third-year medical student.
Do the math: ChatGPT sometimes can’t, expert says.
ASU Associate Professor Paulo Shakarian details results of a study in which he tested ChatGPT on 1,000 mathematical word problems. He’s not sold on its reasoning ability.
Are digital humans the employees of the future?
Researchers who’ve studied the emergence of digital humans say “AI with a face” will become more prevalent within the decade. They wrote an article aimed at industry leaders to highlight four types of digital humans and offer guidance.
AI Expert: ChatGPT and the Future of Education
Newswise — ALBANY, N.Y. – You’ve likely heard about ChatGPT, an AI-based chatbot launched by OpenAI that is making headlines for its capability to read and write like a human when prompted. Since its release last fall, the new tool…
ChatGPT: the AI tech that’s revolutionising teaching
As Artificial Intelligence-powered chatbots edge into the education sector, UniSA experts are encouraging teachers to take an active role in testing and using these cutting-edge tools to maintain a competitive edge in their profession.
‘Silly’ to expect AI mimicking human-written text could be easily detected
OpenAI, the creator of the chatbot ChatGPT, has released a software tool to identify text generated by artificial intelligence. However, the company warned the tool only correctly identified generated text as “likely AI-written” about a quarter of the time. Mor Naaman, professor…