A new artificial intelligence computer program created by researchers at the University of Florida and NVIDIA can generate doctors’ notes so well that two physicians couldn’t tell the difference, according to an early study from both groups.
In this proof-of-concept study, physicians reviewed patient notes — some written by actual medical doctors while others were created by the new AI program — and the physicians identified the correct author only 49% of the time.
A team of 19 researchers from NVIDIA and the University of Florida said their findings, published Nov. 16 in the Nature journal npj Digital Medicine, open the door for AI to support health care workers with groundbreaking efficiencies.
The new AI program, GatorTronGPT, which is modeled after ChatGPT, runs on UF’s HiPerGator supercomputer. GatorTronGPT, which was created by researchers like Yonghui Wu, Ph.D., from the UF College of Medicine’s department of health outcomes and biomedical informatics, opens the door for AI to support health care workers.Read more at Medical AI Tool From UF, Nvidia Gets Human Thumbs-Up in First Study.