Medical Writing Artificial intelligence and Digital Health Embracing a new friendship: Artificial intelligence and medical writers
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Volume 28, Issue 4 - Artificial intelligence and Digital Health

Embracing a new friendship: Artificial intelligence and medical writers

Abstract

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning-driven software are evolving toward a technological advancement revolutionising the current global, social, and economic landscape. A major breakthrough in AI is the fast-growing natural language processing– based tools, where millions of euros are being invested in the development of software packages that automatically, and accurately, generate text. The impact of this technology in medical writing is immense. Will we be out of a job in the near future? In an optimistic (and perhaps realistic) point of view, one can argue in favour of a friendly interaction between medical writers and machines, with major advantages for the craft of medical writing.

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Table of Contents
Artificial intelligence and digital health
President's Message
EMWA News
Medical writing in the era of artificial intelligence
Blockchain in healthcare, research, and scientific publishing
Embracing a new friendship: Artificial intelligence and medical writers
Drug development and medical writing in the digital world
Intelligent use of artificial intelligence for systematic reviews of medical devices
What medical writers need to know about regulatory approval of mobile health and digital healthcare devices
Digitalisation in long-term care: An issue for medical writers?
An introduction to medical affairs for medical writers
A primer on anonymisation
Sound, microphone, action: Podcasts for medical writers
Regulatory Matters
News from the EMA
Lingua Franca and Beyond
In the Bookstores
Getting Your Foot in the Door
Medical Devices
Veterinary Medical Writing
Teaching Medical Writing
Journal Watch
Medical Communications and Writing for Patients
Good Writing Practice
Out on Our Own
Upcoming issues of Medical Writing

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