Artificial Intelligence might not save a patient's life directly, but it could free up some time for doctors, who are drowning in paperwork. "ChatGPT-style artificial intelligence is coming to health
care, and the grand vision of what it could bring is inspiring. Every doctor, enthusiasts predict, will have a superintelligent sidekick, dispensing suggestions to improve care," per The New York
. 'But first will come more mundane applications of artificial intelligence. A prime target will be to ease the crushing burden of digital paperwork that physicians must produce, typing
lengthy notes into electronic medical records required for treatment, billing and administrative purposes."
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