In this issue of EuroIntervention

The new European Bifurcation Club expert consensus document; an EAPCI/ESC expert consensus on the management of coronary artery disease in patients undergoing TAVI; an EAPCI position statement on radiation protection for healthcare workers during pregnancy; debating invasive coronary testing in INOCA patients; single antiplatelet therapy after PCI; ultrasound-guided femoral access in the UNIVERSAL trial; oesophageal and gastric injuries after tricuspid TEER; and more

EuroIntervention 2023;19.

Davide Capodanno
Davide Capodanno
A few months ago, I wrote an editorial about ChatGPT, a chatbot that I thought was an interesting and niche discovery. However, I couldn’t foresee the revolution this technology has caused – and which everyone is now talking about – nor the fear that has accompanied this attention. As with all new technologies, the classic trajectory of enthusiasm followed by habituation, annoyance, suspicion, and fear may apply to ChatGPT. Nevertheless, I believe this technology is here to stay and could make our lives easier.

What impresses me about ChatGPT are the many spin-offs already generated from ...

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