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Another step of artificial intelligence: ChatGPT was included as a co-author in a scientific article

The artificial intelligence keep giving surprises. These programs have already been seen solving problems and winning contests; but this time the system called ChatGPT was included as a co-author of a scientific article.

This model developed by OpenAI was included in an article that deals with the capabilities of artificial intelligence itself to pass the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). But this has not been well seen.

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The Hypertextual page points out that the Springer Nature publishing house, one of the most prominent in the scientific community, has rejected this measure, although it is not opposed to the use of artificial intelligence.

This situation has divided many. In defense of the disputed article by startup Ansible Health, CEO Jack Po has indicated that “adding ChatGPT as a co-author was definitely an intentional move” because he contributed intellectually to the content of the article and not just as a subject for evaluation.

However, he specified that ChatGPT has not been part of the “predominant scientific rigor and intellectual contributions.”

In other words, there is still no agreement to establish the participation of artificial intelligence in scientific production. There are already voices that point out that he cannot have the moral responsibilities of an author, but they are already part of these works.

Source: Elcomercio

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