Chat GPT, AI and Public Health – A Game Changer or a Cause for Concern?

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On November 30, 2022, Chat GPT, the new language processing artificial intelligence program from Open AI, launched and shook the world. Some say it is the best thing to ever happen to communications while others say it is unethical, dangerous, and should not be used.


This webinar focuses on real-life examples of Chat GPT and other AI programs in action. Participants will learn more about the pros and cons of these programs.and what the fields of public health, injury prevention and health communications needs to consider before deciding if this will be a game changer or a cause for concern.


The new AI tools are taking the world by storm. After taking part in this session, participants will equipped with knowledge and tools to assess the potential of Chat GPT and other AI programs so they can make informed decisions about whether to incorporate it into their work or not. They will learn about the potential they have to generate and revise content while also learning about potential risks and ethical questions that arise with its use.


Participants attending this session will:
* Discover what LLM AI programs like Chat GPT are and how they work
* Learn how Chat GPT and other AI models can be used in public health
* Identify potential risks and ethical concerns that need to be taken into consideration before using AI


Tracy Mehan
Director of Research Translation and Communication
Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital


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