Medical Futurist March 2, 2023
Andrea Koncz

You have probably heard that ChatGPT has recently passed business, law and medical exams, qualified as a level-3 coding engineer at Google (with a $180K starting salary!), outperformed most students in microbiology and checked a passable grade in a 12th-grade AP literature test.

Of course, better take these results with a pinch of salt. Although the algorithm indeed did reasonably well on the USMLE test, it was not a full-value assessment as all questions requiring visual assessment were removed.

Pinch of salt or not, however, it is obvious how the capabilities of these large language models have been expanding and how far they have travelled. So what’s next? What will the new reality with smart AI at our fingertips...

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