If the air quality is really bad (which it is in cities like Delhi), the chatbot also recommends high quality face masks and indoor air purifiers.Smokey also lets you easily monitor air quality around you in real time and not just once in a day.We realise the need for such an engagement platform where people can freely ask any question they may have around sex and have it answered by a credible source in a conversational manner,” mentioned Rohit Jindal, Director Marketing, RB India.The chatbot has been designed and created by Ansible, the full-service mobile marketing division of media agency conglomerate IPG Mediabrands India.“We have specially created two animated characters called Rex and Roxy who are the ‘sutradhar’ for content on male and female sexuality.A planned trial of a chat-bot app to free up doctors’ time was dropped after patients admitted they would manipulate the system by exaggerating symptoms to see a GP quicker.NHS clinical commissioning groups in London had intended to use the Babylon healthcare app for its “symptom checker” function, which uses artificial intelligence to quiz patients about their symptoms.
This ensures that there is a closure of the loop on engagement.
We have added some features and popular keywords to ensure that the interaction does not see non-human,” said Anjali Hegde, CEO, Ansible India.
She further added, “The Rex Bot has generated a fair amount of interest in the RB global system.
If you want, the chatbot can send you a real-time air quality report for your city every morning at 7am.
''Smokey finds all the reliable air quality stations in and around that area and crunches the numbers into plain English for you.
This caused concern amongst family doctor groups who point to disclaimers about the app’s suitability for pregnant women, or frail older patients. A spokesperson for Babylon said: “No pilot was ever carried out, nor any agreement signed with Babylon for such a pilot.