Role of ChatGPT in antenatal care

Viraj Shetty 1, Aiysha Gul 2, *, Henna Patel 3, Yoalkris Salcedo 4, Kiya Gurmessa 5, Radhika Bassi 6, Rizwan Ullah 7, Waqar Khan 7, Rabail Irfan 7 and Aqsa Hidayat 7

1 Department of Medicine, Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, India.
2 Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Mardan Medical Complex, Pakistan.
3 Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, GMERS Hospital, Gotri, India.
4 Department of Surgery, Universidad Iberoamericana, Dominican Republic.
5 Department of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA.
6 Department of Medicine, Ross University School of Medicine, Barbados.
7 Department of Medicine, Hayatabad Medical Complex, Pakistan.
Review Article
World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 2024, 23(01), 230–236
Article DOI: 10.30574/wjarr.2024.23.1.2045
Publication history: 
Received on 25 May 2024; revised on 03 July 2024; accepted on 05 July 2024
ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, represents a significant advancement in AI technology, particularly noted for its ability to engage in human-like conversations. This review article is about role of ChatGPT in antenatal care during pregnancy and its limitations in addressing health-related issues. While ChatGPT offers accessible and empathetic responses to queries about pregnancy and childbirth, its reliability and accuracy remain concerns. The model's reliance on statistical patterns in data often leads to biased or incomplete information, lacking necessary citations. Despite these limitations, ChatGPT shows promise in supporting clinical decision-making but requires oversight to ensure medical advice is precise and appropriate. Ethical considerations, including privacy and misuse risks, underscore the need for further development and validation in healthcare applications.
AI in healthcare; ChatGPT; antenatal care; Limitations; Medical advice; Ethical concerns; Clinical decision-making
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