AI in Health and Medicine

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Webinar: AI in Health and Medicine

This presentation and Q&A session was coordinated by the SMP Associate Directors of Education and Research on Wednesday, 1 March 2023.

Moving beyond the moral panic and the techno-optimism, how can educators and researchers manage the issues raised by tools such as ChatGPT and other generative AI? This online session includes short presentations from a diverse range of perspectives from education and research, on generative artificial intelligence (AI), such as ChatGPT, DALL-E, and more, and their impact at the School of Medicine and Psychology.

The discussion covers issues such as how ChatGPT can benefit student learning, how the ANU and research journals are responding to AI authorship, and more.

You can also check out the Padlet board discussed in the session.

Speakers included:

  • What is generative AI and what are the key issues and benefits?
    • Dr Katie Freund, Manager, Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching (TELT), School of Medicine and Psychology
  • ChatGPT for medical, health and science education
    • A/Prof David Kramer, Head of MChD Admissions and Assessment; BHLTH Program Convenor, School of Medicine and Psychology
  • Chat GPT applications in medical, health and science research
    • Nathan Reynolds, Postdoctoral Researcher, John Curtin School of Medical Research

Plus a Q&A session for the SMP community to discuss.

The image above was generated by DALL-E AI image generator.

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