So based on Angel's Feedback below , I much simplified this Medical Diagnosis app : i havent added the descriptions and instructions yet but basically you just answer in freeform using complete sentences in any language and get a diagnosis in your own language.

Doesn't this seem... incredibly dangerous? "Medical diagnosis" via a program that knows nothing whatever about medicine? Are you prepared for lawsuits?

@ceoln it’s a Proof of Concept , giving us a glimpse of a distopian future (or basically present, really) test it out let me know if I should be worried 😉 there will always be some kinda American ready to die for the chance to sue but I can’t be held responsible for such behavior as far as I can tell 🤷🏻‍♂️

Um. You can definitely be held responsible for putting out software that purports to do medical diagnosis. You should also check the ToS of whatever engine you're using; unless (and maybe even if) you built it yourself and are running it from your own servers, they almost certainly prohibit using it to give people medical or legal advice.

@ceoln I built none of it , run none of it , and there are no TOS I’m aware of 🤷🏻‍♂️ hopefully openai will donate to my very necessary and totally not ironic defence fund. Btw if someone uses it , interprets AI output as medical advice and injures themselves , I would love their feedback … so far feedback has been quite good , actually - in many cases it recommends seeing a “board certified medical professional” and I can’t fault that - try it for yourself , you tell me how dangerous it is


That's wild :) doesn't seem to have any sort of ToS (aside from the Privacy Policy which isn't relevant here), and doesn't even say what engine it's using as far as I can find.

It's the Wild West out there. :)

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