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Cancer and AI – Can ChatGPT Be Trusted?
A study published in the Journal of The National Cancer Institute Cancer Spectrum delved into the increasing use of chatbots and artificial intelligence (AI) in providing cancer-related information. The researchers discovered that these digital resources accurately [...]
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Wireless Brain-Spine Interface: A Leap Towards Reversing Paralysis
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New production process for therapeutic nanovesicles
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Virtual AI Radiologist: ChatGPT Passes Radiology Board Exam
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Harnessing Energy Waves: Smart Material Prototype Challenges Newton’s Laws of Motion
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Human DNA Is All Over The Planet, And Scientists Are Worried
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Long COVID: The Invisible Consequence of Socioeconomic Inequality
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