Tech News Desk – ChatGPT is being discussed a lot. A Twitter user claimed that AI chatbot ChatGPT saved his dog’s life by accurately diagnosing a blood condition that vets were unable to diagnose. The user, who goes by the name PeeCooper on Twitter, said her dog named Sassy was diagnosed with the tick-borne disease, but symptoms worsened despite receiving prescribed treatment.
ChatGpt4 saved my dog’s life After my dog was diagnosed with a tick-borne illness, the vet began appropriate treatment, and despite severe anemia, his condition is relatively good, Cooper wrote in his Twitter post. Improvement was visible. However, after a few days things took a turn for the worse. I noticed that her gums were yellow, so we went back to the vet. Blood tests revealed even more severe anemia, more severe than the day before. The vet did further tests to rule out any other infections associated with tick-borne diseases, but came out negative.
Cooper then took her dog back to the vet, but he was unable to provide a further diagnosis and advised her to simply wait and see how the dog’s condition progressed. The dog’s condition was getting worse, and the vet had no idea what it could be. He suggested we wait and see what happens, which was not an acceptable answer to me, so we went to another clinic to get a second opinion.
Meanwhile, it occurred to me that medical diagnostics sounded like GPT4 could potentially be good, so I described the situation in detail, he said. Cooper filed actual written blood test results over several days and asked for a diagnosis. While the AI chatbot did not claim to be a vet, it suggested that the dog’s blood work could indicate symptomatic-immune hemolytic anemia (IMHA). He then took that diagnosis to another vet, who confirmed it and began treating the dog appropriately. Cooper said Sassy is now almost fully recovered.