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Christopher R. Brigham
,
Waqas A. Buttar
,
Mark Bucksbaum
, and
James B. Talmage

all agreed (68% strongly agreed) that it is important to understand AI basics. The most common current uses were document analysis, content creation, and research. ChatGPT-3.5 and ChatGPT-4 were the most commonly used large language models (LLMs). The most common insights or surprises included speed, extent of knowledge, and ability to improve writing. These findings were consistent with a much larger 2023 survey of 2,607 clinicians from 116 countries that provided insights on future trends in healthcare. 7 The majority (56%) of clinicians predict they will base

in AMA Guides® Newsletter
Christopher R. Brigham
,
Waqas A. Buttar
,
Mark Bucksbaum
, and
James B. Talmage

meaning, and generating coherent responses. Large language models (LLMs), like ChatGPT, represent another recent AI breakthrough enabled by DL. Massive neural networks with billions of parameters are trained on huge collections of text sources ( text corpora ) to develop remarkable natural language generation capabilities. However, their lack of comprehension and factual knowledge limits their usefulness without human guidance. They are limited to the content for which they are trained or used to train them. There are risks of “hallucinations,” ie, “a process by

in AMA Guides® Newsletter