Can chatbots handle medical questions better than doctors? Study says yes

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

SAN DIEGO — What are my odds of dying after swallowing a toothpick? Do I need to see a doctor after hitting my head on a metal bar while running? Am I likely to go blind after getting bleach splashed in my eye? A new study led by researchers at UC San Diego explores how artificial intelligence compares to human expertise in the workaday task of dashing off quick responses to routine medical questions. Published Friday in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine, the paper finds that ChatGPT, the World-upending chatbot with a seemingly-infinite breadth of training, was able to more than hold…

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