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Exploring the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of ChatGPT in Urology.

PURPOSE OF THE REVIEW: ChatGPT is programmed to generate responses based on pattern recognition. With this vast popularity and exponential growth, the question arises of moral issues, security and legitimacy. In this review article, we aim to analyze the ethical and legal implications of using ChatGPT in Urology and explore potential solutions addressing these concerns.

RECENT FINDINGS: There are many potential applications of ChatGPT in urology, and the extent to which it might improve healthcare may cause a profound shift in the way we deliver our services to patients and the overall healthcare system. This encompasses diagnosis and treatment planning, clinical workflow, patient education, augmenting consultations, and urological research. The ethical and legal considerations include patient autonomy and informed consent, privacy and confidentiality, bias and fairness, human oversight and accountability, trust and transparency, liability and malpractice, intellectual property rights, and regulatory framework. The application of ChatGPT in urology has shown great potential to improve patient care and assist urologists in various aspects of clinical practice, research, and education. Complying with data security and privacy regulations, and ensuring human oversight and accountability are some potential solutions to these legal and ethical concerns. Overall, the benefits and risks of using ChatGPT in urology must be weighed carefully, and a cautious approach must be taken to ensure that its use aligns with human values and advances patient care ethically and responsibly.

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