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Chatbots Meet eHealth: Automatizing Healthcare

  title={Chatbots Meet eHealth: Automatizing Healthcare},
  author={Flora Amato and Stefano Marrone and Vincenzo Moscato and Gabriele Piantadosi and Antonio Picariello and Carlo Sansone},
The aim of this work is to investigate the effectiveness of novel human-machine interaction paradigms for eHealth applications. [] Key Method More in details, the chat-bot has been realized to help patients in choosing the most proper disease prevention pathway by asking for different information (starting from a general level up to specific pathways questions) and to support the related prevention check-up and the final diagnosis. Preliminary experiments about the effectiveness of the proposed approach are…

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