ChatGPT; threat or boon to pharmacy’s future?

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Pharmacy faculties grapple with ramifications of artificial intelligence in the classroom Pharmacy educators are scrambling to formulate policies to deal with the sudden widespread public accessibility of artificial intelligence (AI), following the launch late last year of the so-called large language model (LLM) website chatbot ChatGPT. Members of Universities Australia have already had a fact-sharing

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