GPT-4, the new version of the ChatGPT artificial intelligence system, is making waves for it’s ability to describe images, summarize text and even give medical advice. Dr. Anil Gehi, Sewell Family-McAllister Distinguished Professor in the Division of Cardiology, put the technology to the test. Dr. Gehi described the medical history of a patient he had recently seen, including the complications the patient had experienced in the hospital. This language included many medical terms.
When he asked the bot how the patient should be treated, it was spot on. “That is exactly how we treated the patient,” Dr. Gehi said.
This process was repeated using different scenarios and Dr. Gehi received other correct answers. However, there are still flaws with the AI chatbot. Read more in this New York Times article.