“Dr. AI” Video Series: Can ChatGPT Step Up to The Medical Challenge?

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Artificial Intelligence is here, integrating further into our lives every day. We’re seeing adaptive technologies change scientific inquiry in real time, and pushing the limits of data analysis and efficiency is just the beginning. But how good is the most popular AI chatbot, ChatGPT, at answering medical questions?

Our surgeons put ChatGPT to the test with a series of common questions to assess AI’s response on a scale of 1-10 based on accuracy, reliability, and thoughtfulness. Sure, it’s fun, but it's also an exploration into the practicality of leveraging AI for real-world medical inquiries.

Or…as ChatGPT would describe it when asked to write a blog post description for this series: 

Explore the frontier where medicine meets artificial intelligence in "Dr. AI: Surgery Edition.” Surgeons bring their burning questions to ChatGPT, rating its responses from 1 to 10. Dive into the dynamic world of surgical innovation as AI and human expertise collide, unveiling the future of healthcare. 

Join the clash between human surgical mastery and AI brilliance in our Instagram Reel series! Each episode unveils the untapped potential of AI in surgery, offering insights and interactive experiences. Witness the revolution reshaping healthcare—subscribe for a front-row seat to the ultimate fusion of medicine and artificial intelligence!

Safe to say, ChatGPT is not a writer…yet. Stay tuned for bi-weekly releases of new episodes, and if you don’t already, follow us on Instagram for more.

Dr. AI Episodes

  1. Should I have half or all of my thyroid removed for thyroid cancer?

  2. What do I do if my calcium level is too high?

  3. Can I live a normal life with a colostomy bag?

  4. Are injectable weight loss medications better than surgery?

  5. What Is the Best Way to Treat Severe Mitral Regurgitation?

  6. What Is the Best Way to Treat Hemorrhoids?

  7. I have an aortic aneurysm, can I go to the gym?


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