The place of ChatGPT in the future of dental education
Keywords:ChatGPT, Dental education, Future oppurtinity
Objective: ChatGPT's applications provide benefits in customer service by providing human-like responses, in creating unique content in different fields and subjects, in rapid language translation, in creating literature reviews and summaries in scientific research, in writing programming codes and analysing large clinical and genomic datasets, in education by offering different perspectives and causing a review of traditional methods, in healthcare applications by optimising workflow, reducing documentation burden and costs, and in the transition to personalised medicine. The objective of this research was to delineate the content produced by ChatGPT when prompted to outline the advantages and disadvantages of utilising ChatGPT in dental education.
Materials and methods: In the correspondence with ChatGPT, the place of ChatGPT in dental education, the advantages of using ChatGPT, the possible risks and difficulties that may arise, possible strategies to overcome the difficulties that may arise with the implementation of ChatGPT in the educational process were discussed.
EEÇ: What is the role of generative language models in dental education?
ChatGPT: Overall, dental students can use ChatGPT as a versatile and useful tool to improve their understanding of dental concepts, enhance their communication skills, and improve their writing abilities.
Results. The efficacy of ChatGPT in dental education can be linked to its capability to simplify intricate concepts and terminologies into more comprehensible elements, fortified by interactive explanations and demonstrations. The use of language models like ChatGPT in healthcare education requires cautious evaluation and an evidence-driven approach, as additional research is needed to overcome possible limitations resulting from their application.
Conclusions: ChatGPT can be used by dental students as a versatile and useful tool to better understand dental concepts, improve their communication skills, and enhance their writing abilities.
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