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    Category: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
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    ChatGPT in Drug Discovery

    , Authors: Gaurav Sharma, Abhishek Thakur
    Version 1 posted 31 January 2023

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    ChatGPT is a language model developed by OpenAI. It is a machine learning model that has been trained on a large dataset of human language, allowing it to generate human-like text. It can be used for a variety of natural language processing tasks such as language translation, text summarization, and question answering. In the current work we have discussed the application of ChatGPT
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    Category: Chemical Education
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    ChatGPT Needs a Chemistry Tutor Too

    , Authors: Alfredo Leon, Dinesh Vidhani
    Version 1 posted 07 April 2023

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    AI and ChatGPT technology have the potential to revolutionize the education sector, and this study aimed to evaluate if prompt formats, response consistency, and reliability of ChatGPT responses could help colleges make the most of this technology. The results of this study can guide future AI and ChatGPT
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    Category: Chemical Education
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    Challenging ChatGPT with Chemistry-Related Subjects

    , Authors: André Pimentel, Angela Wagener, Enio Frota da Silveira, Paulo Picciani, Benjamin Salles, Cristian Follmer, Oswaldo N. Oliveira Jr.
    Version 1 posted 25 May 2023

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    Tools based on large language models such as ChatGPT may revolutionize information retrieval and knowledge discovery, particularly with the vast amount of electronic material available. In this communication we evaluate how two versions of ChatGPT can answer complex questions on chemistry-related subjects in six topics. The tools are still insufficient to deal with subtleties of complex topics, especially as they do not have access to the whole of the scientific literature. However, the progress from ChatGPT -3 to ChatGPT
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    Category: Chemical Education
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    Designing Chemical Reaction Arrays using phactor and ChatGPT

    , Authors: Babak Mahjour, Jillian Hoffstadt, Tim Cernak
    Version 1 posted 28 February 2023

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    We show how the artificial intelligence (AI) language model ChatGPT can automatically formulate reaction arrays for these common reactions based on the literature corpus it was trained on. Furthermore, we showcase how ChatGPT
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    Category: Chemical Education
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    Exploring the Use of ChatGPT as a Learning and Teaching Tool in Material Science and Nanotechnology Engineering Education

    , Authors: Burcu Ünlütabak, Zeliha Cansu Canbek Ozdil, Elif Sümeyye Cirit
    Version 1 posted 08 September 2023

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    As the multidisciplinary field of Nanotechnology continues its trajectory of growth and significance, the incorporation of cutting-edge technological tools like ChatGPT will play a crucial role. In this work, we explore the innovative use of ChatGPT as a learning and teaching tool, specifically within the realm of nanotechnology education. To this end, we use a qualitative research approach; we ask nanotechnology-related questions to ChatGPT
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    Category: Chemical Education
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    LLMs' Capabilities at the High School Level in Chemistry: Cases of ChatGPT and Microsoft Bing Chat

    , Authors: Dao Xuan-Quy, Le Ngoc-Bich, Vo The-Duy, Ngo Bac-Bien, Phan Xuan-Dung
    Version 1 posted 20 June 2023

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    Specifically, we analyze the performance of two state -of-the art of LLMs, ChatGPT and Microsoft Bing AI Chat, on a quiz dataset consisting of 200 multiple-choice questions in chemistry at the high school level. The results show that ChatGPT
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    Category: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
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    Knowledge-informed generation of organic structure-directing agents for zeolites using ChatGPT towards human-machine collaborative molecular design

    , Authors: Shusuke Ito, Koki Muraoka, Akira Nakayama
    Version 4 posted 09 April 2024

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    Gemini: A Family of Highly Capable Multimodal Models. Preprint at https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2312.11805 (2023). 17. Ali, R. et al. Performance of ChatGPT , GPT-4, and Google Bard on a Neurosurgery Oral Boards Preparation Question Bank. Neurosurgery 93, 1090 (2023). 18. Eloundou, T., Manning, S., Mishkin, P. & Rock, D. GPTs are GPTs: An Early Look at the Labor Market Impact Potential of Large Language Models. Preprint at https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2303.10130 (2023). 19. Zheng, Z., Zhang, O., Borgs, C., Chayes, J. T. & Yaghi, O. M. ChatGPT
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    Category: Chemical Education
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    Using generative artificial intelligence in chemistry education research: prioritizing ethical use and accessibility

    , Authors: Jacky M. Deng, Zahra Lalani, Lauren A. McDermaid, Alisha R. Szozda
    Version 2 posted 13 September 2023

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    . – conceptualization, writing (original draft, reviewing & editing), supervision REFERENCES 520 (1) Elsen-Rooney, M. NYC education department blocks ChatGPT on school devices, networks https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2023/1/3/23537987/nyc-schools-ban-chatgpt -writing-artificial-intelligence (accessed Aug 16, 2023). (2) Roose, K. Donʼt Ban ChatGPT in Schools. Teach With It. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/12/technology/chatgpt -schools-teachers.html (accessed May 10, 525 2023). (3) Kirk, T. ChatGPT (We need to talk) https://www.cam.ac.uk/stories/ChatGPT -and-education (accessed May 19, 2023). (4) Botten, E. L. How to use ChatGPT as a learning tool https://www.apa.org/monitor/2023/06/chatgpt - learning-tool#:~:text=“ChatGPT
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