EC Paediatrics

Research Article Volume 12 Issue 3 - 2023

DocGPT: Impact of ChatGPT-3 on Health Services as a Virtual Doctor

Linta Iftikhar1, Muhammad Feras Iftikhar1 and Muhammad I Hanif2*

1School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University, United States
2Department of Orthopedics, Rawalpindi Medical University, Pakistan

*Corresponding Author: Muhammad I Hanif, Department of Orthopedics, Rawalpindi Medical University, Pakistan.
Received: February 06, 2023; Published: February 27, 2023

The ChatGPT-3 (Generative Pretrained Transformer 3) is the third iteration of OpenAI's popular language model. It was released in 2020 and is considered one of the most advanced large language models (LLM). It is being trained to retrieve massive amounts of text data from the Internet, making it capable of generating human-like text and performing various Natural Language Processing (NLP) tasks such as text completion, summarization, translation, and more. Whereas ChatGPT-3 is a conversational AI language model based on OpenAI's ChatGPT-3 model and recently released on November 30, 2022. NLT-based ChatGPT-3 has been widely used in various industries, including health and medical sciences. Since the introduction of ChatGPT-3, opinions on the matter have been divided, with some people criticizing it and others welcoming it. In this paper, we explored the potential application of ChatGPT-3 in the health industry. First, we extracted the content provided by the Chatbot about the application of NLP, the potential benefits of health services and types of Internet of Orthopedic Things (IOT). Then is evaluated through a literature review for confirmation of contents. Based on the limited available literature, ChatGPT-3 can become Virtual Doctor (DocGPT).

Keywords: Natural Language Processing (NLP); Health Sciences; Telemedicine; Virtual Doctor

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Linta Iftikhar., et al. DocGPT: Impact of ChatGPT-3 on Health Services as a Virtual Doctor. EC Paediatrics 12.3 (2023):45-55.