“Hello, Doctor GPT”: Can artificial intelligence understand what’s wrong with your doctor?

More than 76% of the Spanish population believes that artificial intelligence (AI) has benefits for society. At least that’s what the Center for Sociological Research was told A study of perceptions of science and technologyIt was published in June. In the same paper, and in a similar proportion, 70% of respondents also admit that these advances contain threats. In recent months, it has become widely popular to know and use algorithms that can dive into the vast amount of information on the Internet to answer questions, write texts, generate ideas or respond to emails.

Anyone with internet access can ask ChatGPT app questions from the simplest to the most complex. There are those who are preoccupied with the hardships of this technology or make it a lie. This raises questions about their reasoning and has legal and ethical implications in some areas. For example, is artificial intelligence useful for diagnosing diseases? He’ll tell you yes: “AI has the potential to significantly improve the accuracy and efficiency of disease diagnosis in several ways.” And he lists them: image analysis, early detection, pattern recognition, speed and efficiency, reduction of human error, telemedicine and new drug discovery.

Source: El Diario





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