Medical Writing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning AI language models are transforming the medical writing space – like it or not!
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Volume 32, Issue 3 - Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

AI language models are transforming the medical writing space – like it or not!

Abstract

Whether you’re an early adopter, an occasional user, or yet to acknowledge its transformative potential, artificial intelligence (AI) – specifically generative AI applications underpinned by large language models – is undeniably shaping our present and destined to influence the future of medical writing. Achieving a comprehensive understanding of these models can pave the way for their optimal application in areas where they excel. Additionally, this understanding helps to maintain a realistic, balanced perspective, allowing us to avoid the pitfalls associated with excessive or unfounded fear stirred by the current AI hype and related exaggerated promises. A selection of AI applications offers insights into specific tasks for which generative AI can be effectively utilised. These applications can truly make a difference by saving time, streamlining workflows, and potentially enhancing the quality of the resulting outputs.

Medical Writing. 2023;32(3):22–27. https://doi.org/10.56012/qalb4466

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