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GPT4: The Indispensable Helper for Neurosurgeons in the New Era

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GPT4 is the newest multimodal language model released by OpenAI. With its powerful capabilities, GPT4 has great potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry. In this study, we proposed various ways GPT4 could display its talents in the field of neurosurgery in future. We believe that GPT4 is prone to become an indispensable assistant for neurosurgeons in the new era.

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All authors contributed to the study conception and design. PL guided the research. GL and XM contributed to writing the original draft. YZ and BS edited the manuscript.

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Correspondence to Pinan Liu.

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Liu, G., Ma, X., Zhang, Y. et al. GPT4: The Indispensable Helper for Neurosurgeons in the New Era. Ann Biomed Eng 51, 2113–2115 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10439-023-03241-x

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