The Rise of
ChatGPT and Generative AI: Implications for Medical Writing, Authorship,
Content Development and QA Systems
Artificial intelligence (AI) is being harnessed with staggering speed for tasks in imaging, drug discovery, and prognostics. It is also increasingly being used to help search and analyze literature, extract information, address information gaps and scan horizons for trends. Generative AI is a type of AI that helps to generate new content in addition to just recognizing or classifying what exists. OpenAI released its free groundbreaking tool, ChatGPT, late last year and quickly garnered worldwide attention for its abilities to articulate human-like, natural language answers across many knowledge domains.
How might advances in data science, generative AI and evidence generation continue to impact medical publications and communications? Will generative AI like ChatGPT become ubiquitous as a tool for a range of activities such as summarization, translation, coding and answering complex scientific questions? How could it impact patients and lay summary generation? Are the bots going to take over? This webinar will delve into ChatGPT and generative AI – including its inception, what it is (and isn’t), the implications for science and real-world evidence as well as its impact on medical writing, publications and communications. Faculty will discuss the strengths and limitations of ChatGPT and generative AI as well as provide perspective on the future landscape.
Learning Objectives: At the end of this session attendees will
- Understand ChatGPT and how it is changing science communications
- Learn about its various applications, as well as its strengths and limitations
- Obtain insight into the future landscape
Approved for 1 CMPP credit.