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Exploring the Horizon: The Impact of AI Tools on Scientific Research

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Hind Berrami ,
Hind Berrami

Medical Informatics Department, 20 August Hospital, Casablanca, Morocco

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Manar Jallal ,
Manar Jallal

Medical Informatics Department, 20 August Hospital, Casablanca, Morocco

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Zineb Serhier ,
Zineb Serhier

Medical Informatics Department, 20 August Hospital, Casablanca, Morocco

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Mohammed Bennani Othmani ,
Mohammed Bennani Othmani

Medical Informatics Department, 20 August Hospital, Casablanca, Morocco

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Abstract

The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) has revolutionized many aspects of daily life, particularly in the field of development of medical research articles. the use of AI in scientific writing has both advantages and disadvantages. As AI tools gain in popularity and their application becomes more ubiquitous, it's essential to consider how they may affect the future of medical literature. This work aims to describe a number of IT-based tools that contribute to scientific research and writing as ChatGPT, Gemini, Elicit, SCISPACE... Each tool has its own advantages and applications, not to mention shortcomings that can affect the quality of medical research. To conclude artificial intelligence tools have emerged as catalysts for innovation in healthcare research, providing motivation and driving progress even amidst challenges. Therefore, it's crucial to confront the obstacles related to AI and to tackle ethical and regulatory issues to enhance research quality and scientific output.

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Berrami H, Jallal M, Serhier Z, Bennani Othmani M. Exploring the Horizon: The Impact of AI Tools on Scientific Research. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2024 May 17 [cited 2024 Jun. 24];3:289. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/289

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