ChatGPT’s responses to suicide, addiction, sexual assault crises raise questions in new study


When asked serious public health questions related to abuse, suicide or other medical crises, the online chatbot tool ChatGPT provided critical resources – such as what 1-800 lifeline number to call for help – only about 22% of the time in a new study.

The research, published Wednesday in the journal JAMA Network Open, suggests that public health agencies could help AI companies ensure that such resources are…

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