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Lawjarp2 t1_j2vuj73 wrote

Accuracy, reliability and some real common sense are essential to do any job properly. Wouldn't want a doctor who learnt from chatGPT (as it is now) to practice. Maybe GPT-4 will be better


goldork t1_j2vw6rv wrote

Theres written exams and then practical exams. Afterwards a year of internships before you can get your license. To attend exams, 75% minimal attendance required consisting of various labs & postings that'll expose students with hands-on experiences with patients.

I don't see the issues with learning the theory part with chatgpt in the future. I can see it become boards certified one day, at least as an assisting tool.