With recent developments in technology, and the accessibility of artificial intelligence models, one must consider the importance of subject matter expertise in ensuring these are used in the most applicable and accurate settings. Further highlighted during a recent well-documented chatbot unveiling, even incredibly well funded efforts can provide factual errors that will only be spotted by such experts. This expert input is even more important in the highly ambiguous, synonymous and complex domain of life sciences. Here, we cover the importance of such expertise in the development, fine-tuning as well as application of, technologies, including artificial intelligence, in the life sciences – also touching on how these can impact end users.
Joe Mullen, Director of Technical Consultants, SciBite