Tim Martin, Executive VP of Product & Development at Yseop was recently featured in Forbes discussing AI regulation and the EU AI Act.
Without a doubt, advanced AI technologies are reimagining the future of medical writing. Historically, medical writers have been faced with inefficient, monotonous processes and have been seeking a solution to save time and ensure accuracy. Enter generative AI, which uses Large Language Models (LLMs) and advanced machine learning to create human-like text, pulling from existing data and experiences to generate new content.
Natural language generation (NLG) is a critical piece of AI. Specifically, NLG is a subsection of Natural Language Processing (NLP). NLG software turns structured data into written reports, providing explanations and narratives at a rapid pace. We’ve seen many advancements stemming from NLG. In this blog post, we’ll discuss what’s new in natural language generation in AI.