The Promise Of CRISPR GPT: Specialized ChatGPTs In Medicine

The Promise Of CRISPR GPT: Specialized ChatGPTs In Medicine

Specifically trained GPTs, like CRISPR GPT, won't be good in general chat but will excel in analyzing DNA or designing personalized nutrition.

We’ve recently come across some fascinating developments in the field of gene editing: CRISPR GPT, a large language model agent designed to automate the design of gene-editing experiments. This got us thinking: what other ‘specialty GPTs‘ could we think of? What highly specific applications might there be for large language models (LLMs)?

CRISPR GPT is a large language model similar to ChatGPT, but it’s been trained on a very specialised dataset focused on gene editing and CRISPR technology. This makes it exceptionally effective in that specific area, understanding the nuances of gene editing, identifying potential errors or risks, and suggesting optimal experimental designs. However, unlike ChatGPT, which is designed to handle a broad range of general questions, CRISPR GPT may not perform well on general queries outside its gene-editing domain. 

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