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Correspondence on “ChatGPT in nuclear medicine education” by Currie and Barry
  1. Amnuay Kleebayoon1,
  2. Viroj Wiwanitkit2
  1. 1 Private Academic Consultant, Samraong, Cambodia
  2. 2 Chandigarh University, Mohali, Punjab, India
  1. Correspondence to Dr Amnuay Kleebayoon, Private Academic Consultant, Samraong, Cambodia; amnuaykleebai{at}

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We found the article by Currie and Barry on “ChatGPT in nuclear medicine education” interesting.1 The authors observed that, while ChatGPT poses a risk to academic integrity, its utility as a cheating tool is limited by higher-order taxonomies.1 Unfortunately, the limits to higher-order learning and skill development also impair potential applications of ChatGPT for increasing learning, according to Currie and Barry.1 They suggest that ChatGPT might be used to teach nuclear medicine students in a variety of ways.1

This study looks at how the GPT 3.5-powered ChatGPT chatbot affects academic integrity in nuclear medicine …

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  • Contributors AK: ideas, writing, analyzing, approval. VW: ideas, supervision, approval.

  • Funding The authors have not declared a specific grant for this research from any funding agency in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; internally peer reviewed.