A recent study has found that ChatGPT, an AI language model developed by OpenAI, may not be a reliable source for obtaining medical information. The study, conducted by a team of researchers, highlights the limitations and potential risks associated with relying on AI models like ChatGPT for medical advice.
ChatGPT is a popular AI tool that uses machine learning to generate human-like responses to user queries. It has gained significant attention for its ability to engage in conversational interactions and provide information on various topics. However, when it comes to medical inquiries, the study suggests that caution should be exercised.
The researchers evaluated ChatGPT’s responses to a range of medical questions and found that the model often provided inaccurate or misleading information. In some cases, it even offered potentially harmful advice. This raises concerns about the reliability and safety of using AI language models as a primary source of medical guidance.
One of the main challenges identified by the study is the lack of context awareness in ChatGPT’s responses.