The new issue of Stanford Medicine magazine explores the challenges and promise of artificial intelligence for medical care, research and education.
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It may not be smart, but we value something more if we’ve put a lot of sweat equity into it. Neuroscientists may have figured out the biochemical basis of why
A physician/computer scientist tried to break ChatGPT with the most fraught medical scenarios he could think of. The result was a surprising conclusion about how such tools can enhance doctors’ conversations with patients.
This Q&A looks at research into digital tools that can both recognize and address the negative impact alcohol use can have on a person's health