Should you get medical advice from a bot? Doctors aren’t so sure

Valued at more than$ 2 billion, Babylon Health has a symptom checker chatbot that has been used 1.7 million times. But professionals are concerned it doesn’t work as advertised.

Hamish Fraser first encountered Babylon Health in 2017 where reference is and a collaborator facilitated test the accuracy of several artificial intelligence-powered symptom checkers, meant to offer medical opinion for anyone with a smartphone, for Wired U.K . Among the entrants, Babylon’s symptom checker play-act worst for the purpose of determining common afflictions, including asthma and shingles. Fraser, then a health informatics expert at the University of Leeds in England, figured that the company would need to vastly improve to stick around.

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