The Parkinson Journal uses artificial intelligence to answer sophisticated questions. Just type them in natural language, or if you have voice input enabled, position your cursor in the input line and ask your question orally. Please note that we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information and that the answer in no way replaces a visit to the doctor.

 

The response of an AI never replaces a visit to the doctor or the information of a qualified therapist

Instructions for a sensible use of the Parkinson-Bot

Tip instructions and notices

Formulate questions clearly and precisely

The clearer and more specific the question, the more accurate the answer will be. Avoid overly general requests.

Ask questions about specific studies or data through 2021

My knowledge ends in September 2021. Questions about more recent studies cannot be answered.

Avoid emotional or subjective assessments

As an AI model, I have no emotions. Focus on objective information.

Beware of medical advice

I can provide information but always consult a doctor or specialist before making any medical decisions.

If unsure, ask for sources

Ask for the sources or studies I am referring to to verify and better understand the answer.

Check result

Use my answers as a starting point and always consult trusted resources or experts for a second opinion.

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Editor's noten

For topics where topicality plays a special role, please use the search in the Parkinson-Journal directly. This gives you a comprehensive overview for the period after 2021

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