An explosion of artificial intelligence (AI) writing tools has burst onto the scene, and life sciences editorial teams are wrapping their heads around how to leverage them. There are now dozens of programs — some devoted to medical writing — that create content when given a prompt.
You’ve heard it before. At first glance, these tools carry an astounding ability to complete sentences and write reams of literature on complex topics. However, seasoned writers can easily see troubling concerns, the biggest of which involves generating inaccurate information.