Since ChatGPT’s launch last year, large language models (LLMs) have mostly drawn attention for helping non-engineers write code and explaining quantum computing to five-year-olds. Less well-known is the fact that LLMs are already being used widely in healthcare and professionals have all sorts of opinions.

“…We’ve compared some of the methods that people are using in science today and we’ve been able to demonstrate that [our GenAI model] significantly outperforms what humans can do…” While some focus on the strengths, others worry about the bias of data that LLMs are trained on and hallucinations (when the AI generates outputs that don’t reflect data inputs).

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