Inspiration

We decided to make an interactive chatbot web application that helps the user know what illnesses they have just by talking about themselves.

What it does

This web application takes in the user's input and breaks their input into parts and compare these parts with our own database written in JSON.

How we built it

We used a JavaScript application to write all the symptoms and illnesses/conditions and built a web application on Amazon Web Service and built our own website using Bootstrap. We then built an algorithm that determines your most likely illness/condition based on user's input.

Challenges we ran into

The APIs that provided symptoms analysis were unsuccessful to determine whether or not it was a correct illness/condition.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

We've successfully set up a website on Amazon Web Service.

What we learned

We learned how to set up an Amazon Web Service and use Bootstrap on the website.

What's next for Check Yourself

We would change the algorithm using machine learning, so we can detect whether or not the user's exaggerating when he sends an input to the chatbot. We would also reorganize our symptoms library based on user's input by making the library more flexible and well-adapted in reading user's symptoms.

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