AI-Yi-Yi: Microsoft Brings ChatGPT AI to Medical Field

April 26th, 2023 11:32 AM

If you thought the medical establishment post-COVID was already questionable, prepare for it to get worse. 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more intrusive and creepy all the time. Now OpenAI ChatGPT’s will be let loose on medical records.“Microsoft Corp. and Epic on Monday announced they are expanding their long-standing strategic collaboration to develop and integrate generative AI into healthcare by combining the scale and power of Azure OpenAI Service with Epic’s industry-leading electronic health record (EHR) software,” Microsoft stated in an April 17 press release.

ChatGPT-4 will now “automatically draft message responses” and help identify costs and “operational improvements,” the press release said. Microsoft founder Bill Gates has endorsed technology for authoritarian surveillance to help enforce global medical measures.

With labor costs and a reduced workforce in Biden’s terrible economy, healthcare is turning to AI. “Microsoft is committed to creating responsible AI by design that is guided by a core set of principles: fairness, reliability and safety, privacy and security, inclusiveness, transparency, and accountability,” the press release droned. But with ChatGPT’s and Microsoft’s consistently woke bias, how can they be trusted? And could this be a way of putting more people out of work?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, technology was used in many countries to allow governments and companies to track and punish or reward individuals based on medical information, such as a person’s vaccination status or positive COVID-19 test results. Should AI really be given a bigger role in the medical industry, considering how much more efficiently authoritarian the results could be?

AI could ensure there are fewer jobs for humans in an already bad economy, but that doesn’t seem to bother its proponents, who even tout it as the perfect aid for workers. “A good use of technology simplifies things related to workforce and workflow,” Chero Goswami, chief information officer at UW Health, enthused about the new application of AI. “Integrating generative AI into some of our daily workflows will increase productivity for many of our providers, allowing them to focus on the clinical duties that truly require their attention.” 

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