Learn how the AI language model ChatGPT can be used as a resource for information about death and dying and when caution is required.
My special “guest” this week is ChatGPT an AI language model that can understand and respond to human language. Chat has been trained on a wide range of topics, including end-of-life care, hospice, palliative care, grief and bereavement, and advance care planning, among others. I conducted a written “interview” with Chat to test its knowledge and in this episode I report on my findings. In addition, I’ve compiled all of our correspondence into a book titled Conversations on Death with ChatGPT, which you can access now in ebook format. I hope you enjoy hearing about my adventures with Chat!
This episode includes:
- What an AI language model consists of and how to interact with it
- The amazing depth and breadth of content and resources that ChatGPT was able to generate in a matter of seconds
- What I learned about euphemisms for death from Chat
- What Chat got wrong about for-profit hospice
- How Chat needed better information about talking to children about death
- Chat’s creative ideas for promoting advance care planning in predominantly Black communities
- Chat’s thoughts about the 5-stages model of grief
- A haiku Chat wrote about grief
- How Chat helped me deal with guilt over my father’s suicide death
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