A transformative revolution has occurred with integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into health research. This paper aims to critically assess the impact of advanced language processing AI systems on the scientific writing process in the field of orthopedics and traumatology, as well as the ethical concerns associated with this development. Natural language processing (NLP) models can synthesize complex scientific findings into accessible and reader-friendly articles, thereby accelerating the dissemination of knowledge. ChatGPT is one of the bestknown and most widely used of these large language models (LLMs), developed within the framework of NLP. The contributions of ChatGPT and similar AI systems to summarization, translation, content optimization, and the academic writing process are increasing in all areas of research, including orthopedics and traumatology. In this digital transformation era, it is important to adopt a critical perspective, considering both the potential of AI to facilitate and improve the efficiency of scientific writing under human supervision and the emerging concerns about authorship and ethics.