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Up Front | Mar 2023

Will AI Change Medical Education and Content Generation? You be the Judge.

In the past, an individual’s access to information was the key to successful content creation. The internet revolutionized the way information is gathered and distributed by granting access to everyone. As a result, the ability to process and interpret data meaningfully became paramount. AI takes this to the next level by offering a faster and more efficient way to access, analyze, and assimilate vast amounts of knowledge. The secret to success in the future may therefore be to know what questions to ask.

I was recently introduced to ChatGPT (OpenAI), an AI language processing tool that can generate meaningful content with a short prompt. I asked ChatGPT to produce an editorial, and it generated the response to the right in less than 60 seconds. (Editor’s note: The response has not been edited or changed in any way.)

I was amazed at how quickly ChatGPT created the editorial and touched on the essential points that are relevant to the discussion. Observing this gave me a feeling similar to witnessing the world wide web in action for the first time. I can’t help but think we are at the leading edge of a paradigm shift that has the potential to drastically change the way we create, consume, and integrate content. I look forward to seeing how this transforms our field and society in general.

William F. Wiley, MD | Chief Medical Editor

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