Non-technical person asking the question so appreciate the feedback as I’m learning. I typed a few simple questions (related to blood pressure and BMI) that I could imagine patients asking. Responses were good but got me thinking. What’s the process to verify accuracy of response? Is it just a thumbs up or down? Is the persons credentials taken into consideration when the thumbs up/down are aggregated? I saw the info below in FAQ but for health and medical related questions there would need to be a more rigorous vetting of accuracy of the responses. Is there a team working on this? Seems like there’s potential with this as component of our system to address access and costs for patients. If anyone had resources they can share to learn more that would be appreciated. Thanks. Hank
Can I trust that the AI is telling me the truth?
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