Dr. Xunyu Pan Leads Students in ChatGPT Research

Aug 30, 2023 12:00 AM

In the summer of 2023, Dr. Xunyu Pan, an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and  Information Technologies, was invited as a research mentor for the National Science Foundation Research Traineeship Program (NRT). Partnering with professors from West Virginia University, he guided a talented group of undergraduate researchers, including FSU undergraduates Nathan Thompson and Jonathan Eanes, who were supported through summer stipends. The students’ mission focused on exploring the potential of ChatGPT, an AI chatbot based on large language models, to address critical healthcare challenges with nationwide implications. Pan, along with Thompson and Eanes, recently presented their findings at the National Science Foundation NRT Workshop held in Morgantown, W.Va. Their collaborative research promises innovative developments in healthcare, from diagnostics to treatment recommendations. This work foreshadows a future where AI plays a central role in enhancing patient care, transcending boundaries, and shaping a healthier world.

For info, contact Dr. Pan at 301-687-4037 or xpan@frostburg.edu.


Dr. Xunyu Pan stands with FSU undergraduate students Nathan Thompson and Jonathan Eanes

Dr. Xunyu Pan (center) stands alongside FSU undergraduate students Nathan Thompson (right) and Jonathan Eanes (left) following their presentation on ChatGPT's healthcare applications at West Virginia University.