A new report from Accenture states that the growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and ChatGPT is leading to transformations in various fields, including science, business, healthcare, and society, thereby positively impacting human productivity and creativity. Researchers are developing different types of AI and using them to transform various systems and processes. The report indicates that 98% of global executives agree that their organizations’ strategies in the next three to five years would involve AI foundation models.
ChatGPT is a service that is gaining recognition for performing various tasks within several industries, including healthcare. ChatGPT is a natural language processing tool that uses AI. In February, researchers found that ChatGPT can pass the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) and impact medical education. The report shows that 42% of companies are interested in making significant investments in ChatGPT in 2023.
However, while ChatGPT has the potential to transform industry practices, responsible use of AI is vital, given the legal, ethical, or reputation risks involved. The report suggests building risk assessment controls at the design stage and implementing responsible AI principles throughout the business. The report concludes that allowing AI to gain a valuable place in the company would be in the company’s best interest.
The healthcare industry is one area where the use of AI and ChatGPT continues to grow. Researchers have discovered that ChatGPT can answer first-order and second-order questions in line with the competency-based medical education (CBME) curriculum for microbiology.
A new report by Accenture highlights that the growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and ChatGPT is transforming several industries, including science, business, healthcare, and society, positively impacting human creativity and productivity. Researchers are developing various types of AI to transform different systems and processes, and 98 percent of global executives agree that AI foundation models will be a part of their organizations’ strategies in the next three to five years. ChatGPT, a natural language processing tool driven by AI, is gaining recognition for performing various tasks, including healthcare.
Massachusetts General Hospital and AnsibleHealth researchers found that ChatGPT can pass the US Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) and impact medical education. The report notes that 42 percent of companies are interested in making a large ChatGPT investment in 2023. To maximize the abilities of AI, companies should maintain a business-driven goal, prioritize people, prepare proprietary data, and make appropriate investments in technology infrastructure, architecture, operating model, and governance structure.
The report highlights the importance of building risk assessment controls and implementing responsible AI principles throughout the business. Two studies support ChatGPT’s accuracy in answering both types of questions related to microbiology and potential cancer myths and misconceptions. Despite the high accuracy percentage of ChatGPT, researchers note that the language used by ChatGPT can be unclear, leading to incorrect interpretation of information by users.