What the doctor thought about ChatGPT?
Doctors who no longer practise medicine claim to know doctors who use ChatGPT to create letters, summarise patient care and—when they’re stuck—ask for suggestions on how to identify patients. He believes that doctors will find tens of thousands of beneficial uses for the bot to advance human health.
How BioGPT and MED palm doing?
A report from OpenAI stated that ChatGPT can match or exceed the 60 percent passing score of the US Medical Licencing Exam. Microsoft Research introduced BioGPT, a language model that scored highly on a variety of medical tasks. Weeks later, researchers from Google and DeepMind unveiled Med-PaLM, which scored 67 percent correctly on the same exam. They also noted that, while encouraging, their findings “remain inferior to clinicians.” Microsoft and Epic Systems, one of the major providers of health care software worldwide, have announced intentions to use OpenAI’s GPT-4, which powers ChatGPT, to look for trends in electronic health records.
Why the bioethicists worry?
There is much more to being a doctor than reciting encyclopaedic medical information. While many doctors are excited about using ChatGPT for low-risk tasks like text summarization, some bioethicists are concerned that doctors will consult the bot for guidance when they must make a difficult ethical choice, such as whether surgery is the best course of action for a patient with a low chance of survival or recovery.
These discussions are between people, If I’m wrong, it will be because I underestimate how quickly technology is developing. But every time I turn around, I see that it has accelerated beyond my expectations. For the time being, he compares ChatGPT to a medical student who can help out and care for patients, but everything they do needs to be approved by a practising doctor.