“ChatGPT’s blind spots can compromise caregiving, authors warn”

ChatGPT’s blind spots can compromise caregiving, authors warn,” by John O’Connor, McKnight’s Senior Living

“Writing in the journal Health Affairs, Authors Wura Jacobs and Omolola E. Adepoju note that ChatGPT’s responses can indeed improve care and reduce mortality. But many of the texts, books, articles and websites that chatbots parrot can contain inappropriate and potentially harmful information. That’s especially true for inquiries that involve areas such as the age, race/ethnicity, sex and educational levels of residents.”

LTC Comment, Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform:

In tomorrow’s LTC Bullet, we’ll ask an artificial intelligence chatbot questions about long-term care financing and Medicaid planning. Don’t miss its answers and our analysis.