A new study explores the potential of AI assistants, such as ChatGPT, in providing accurate and actionable responses to public health questions. The study evaluated ChatGPT’s ability to address a range of common health queries and found that it provided evidence-based responses to 91% of the questions.
A recent study led by John W. Ayers, Ph.D., from the University of California San Diego, explores how AI assistants like ChatGPT can address public health concerns. The research team assessed ChatGPT’s ability to provide accurate and actionable responses to common health questions. Results showed that ChatGPT delivered evidence-based answers to 91% of the questions. However, only 22% of the responses referred users to appropriate resources for help, which is crucial in ensuring they receive the necessary assistance. By establishing partnerships with public health leaders and incorporating recommended resources, AI assistants like ChatGPT could greatly improve public health outcomes.
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