ChatGPT can be helpful for Black women’s self-education about HIV, PrEP

The artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot called ChatGPT is a powerful way for Black women to educate themselves about HIV prevention, as it provides reliable and culturally sensitive information, according to a study in The Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (JANAC), the official journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.

Q&A: How to train AI when you don’t have enough data

As researchers explore potential applications for AI, they have found scenarios where AI could be really useful but there’s not enough data to accurately train the algorithms. Jenq-Neng Hwang, University of Washington professor of electrical and computer and engineering, specializes in these issues.

Researchers Reveal Roadmap for AI Innovation in Brain and Language Learning

A new study co-led by Georgia Institute of Technology’s Anna (Anya) Ivanova uncovers the relationship between language and thought in artificial intelligence models like ChatGPT, leveraging cognitive neuroscience research on the human brain. The results are a roadmap to developing new AIs — and to better understanding how we think and communicate.

ORNL launches Center for AI Security Research to study AI’s impacts on society, security

The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory announced the establishment of its Center for AI Security Research, or CAISER, to address threats already present as governments and industries around the world adopt artificial intelligence and take advantage of the benefits it promises in data processing, operational efficiencies and decision-making.

AI can help write a message to a friend – but don’t do it

Using artificial intelligence applications to help craft a message to a friend is not a good idea – at least if your friend finds out about the use of AI, a new study suggests. Researchers found that people in the study perceived that a fictional friend who used AI assistance to write them a message didn’t put forth as much effort as a friend who wrote a message themselves.

GW Experts Available: White House Announces AI Safety Pledge with Top Tech Companies

Seven leading companies building artificial intelligence – including Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Meta and Chat GPT-maker OpenAI – have agreed to a voluntary pledge to mitigate the risks of AI, according to an announcement by the White House. The companies committed to…

We are in the midst of an AI-driven revolution in materials research where the confluence of automated experiments and machine learning are redefining the pace of materials discovery.

Keith A. Brown BS Physics, Massachusetts Institue of Technology PhD Applied Physics, Harvard University Postdoc in Chemistry, Northwestern University Contact: [email protected] Keith currently runs the KABlab, a research group at Boston University that studies approaches to accelerate the development of advanced…

Study: ChatGPT Has Potential to Help Cirrhosis, Liver Cancer Patients

A new study by Cedars-Sinai investigators describes how ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, may help improve health outcomes for patients with cirrhosis and liver cancer by providing easy-to-understand information about basic knowledge, lifestyle and treatments for these conditions.

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?

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.