Why healthcare providers shouldn’t ban ChatGPT

Rather than banning the use of generative artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT, healthcare providers should make their employees know how to deploy it with patient privacy in mind, a cybersecurity expert wrote in SC Magazine.

Generative AI has already shown potential in healthcare to reduce physician workload and support clinical decision-making for breast screenings, Will Long, chief security officer of cyber firm First Health Advisory, wrote in the June 29 article. But some companies have moved to ban the technology; for instance, Samsung Electronics did after an engineer…

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