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Today in health it chat GBT now has memory. I thought I'd get back to the news, take a look at what the news has in store for us. This is an interesting story. I think it matters. My name is bill Russell. I'm a former CIO for a 16 hospital system. And creator of this week health, I set a channels and events dedicated to transform healthcare.

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If you see captain, get your picture taken with him, every smile in the picture. We give a dollar to fight. And find cures for pediatric cancer. So I'd love to have you be a part of that. All right, let's get to the story. This story is pretty interesting. In that Chacha CPT is now has a digital memory to help personalize its responses.

Okay, let me just give you. Some of it. I'm going to read from an Axios story. Open AI is adding a feature that will allow Chatsy PTE to remember both information about individual users and how they want the chat bot to respond to different types of queries. It's important. Why it matters. It's another step in allowing the chat bot to customize itself to the person using it. I don't remember if I talked about this or not, but there was a really interesting talk by bill gates after he had seen open AIS chat GPT for the first time. And he talked about this concept of every human is going to have a digital assistant. And the digital assistant is going to know them, understand them, understand their preferences. And be able to respond to those preferences.

This is a significant step in that direction. It's going to know my travel habits, my travel patterns. And I'm going to say, go find me a flight from here to LA. And it's going to know what here means. It's going to know what LA means. It's going to know what airline I want to fly. It's going to know what seat I want memory matters for this thing to really personalize itself to the person, but not only in that setting, in the setting of how I'm asking for my responses, it will understand that I'm in the digital media business.

I do a lot of podcast interviews that I am. Writing articles and those kinds of things. And it will know when I'm asking a question or doing research. To frame it in a way. That allows me to do my job more effectively. So you see that aspect of memory is important. Here's some of the details, the new memory feature is similar. To giving custom instructions to chatty beauty and allows that information to be stored. For future queries. The feature is rolling out in a small number of free and paid chat should be T plus subscribers.

Not really relevant. To our community, but it's it's out there for the broad general use open AI says the memory feature will be made available to business customers. Once the company is ready to product release feature, how it works, users can expect explicitly ask chats, GPT to remember something. All right, so I can read it.

I can read something into memory I could read. Instructions on how to code something very specifically instructions. On how to use mid journey five or something to that effect. And I just read it in once and then I'm ready to give it instructions. I did play around with mid journey and this awhile back, and it's really good at creating prompts. But every time you go to do it, you had to re. Educated on how to use mid journey and all the props and those kinds of things. In this case, you're going to be able to read it in once and then refer back to that memory pattern and then say now, based on what you know about mid journey and its props, create this. People will also be able to opt in or out of the memory feature and choose whether any feedback. Is used to train open AI models. And CAG Neato, like mode will be available allowing people to conduct queries without drawing on memories. And a couple of things between the lines.

This must be an Axios format between the lines open. AI says it recognizes that the memory feature also raises additional safety and privacy concerns. It says that it has taken steps to assess and mitigate bias. And steer Chatsy putty away from proactively remembering sensitive information like your health details, unless you explicitly ask it to.

All right. So I think, from a personal standpoint, this is a significant step forward in terms of having that personal digital assistant. And I think we're going to see this baked into chips and into the devices that we use our phone. Is going to be much more personal and much more of a digital assistant. Regardless of which phone carrier you use, I'm looking to see where apple starts to come into this game.

Majority of people are carrying apple phones, at least in our industry, and we will see where they go. We've already seen where where Google is going with Gemini and embedding it into the phone and whatnot. And I think that will also continue to become more personal and more of a personal digital assistant.

I think your PCs will also see this and the question becomes, what does this look like in the enterprise? What does this look like in the health system? It's interesting to me that we are paying for AI in a subscription type basis with a lot of these copilot models and other things. I think that's an untenable model in terms of the cost. To to the enterprise user and whatnot.

I think there has to be. Less cost models out there. I think the open source move in open AI are in not an open act. The open source. Move in generative AI. I think it's an important move that's happening. I think the individual chip manufacturers, Intel looking to do embed AI into the chip. I think that's an important step forward as well. But getting back to this story specifically and its application within healthcare.

Think of it as understanding which doctors talking to it, primary care physician versus a. Oncologist. So it can then be able to understand. Those kinds of things. And if it does, then the note that it creates could be different. Memory matters. Memory is an interesting concept for these generative AI models.

And I think a big step forward. I can only imagine what this does from the processing power or the storage that is required to make this a reality. And I agree that there are some. Potential safety and privacy concerns to be considered. But the personalization I think, is going to Trump that I think people are just going to say, this is really easy to use.

And this is starting to understand who I am. It's becoming more of a useful tool because of that. So keep an eye on this one. Talk to your. AI. Providers, whoever those are at this point, obviously you have, the big tech players, the Googles, the Microsofts, you also have Amazon and. Their investment and whatnot, as you're talking to them, talk to them about this memory idea, explore this memory idea, figure out what it could mean.

I think it's going to mean a lot for you personally, on your individual devices, but I think there's going to be significant. Application in the business and clinical setting. Moving forward.

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