I’ve a listing of statements that make up a definition. On this case its for healthcare so its attributes about an individual. At present, we now have a checkbox to permit somebody with the information to outline the reality of a press release.
[ ] Affected person is 65 years previous or older
This provides me a “true” or “unset”.
Customers can skip over the unset state as one thing they do not care about. Nevertheless, now we’re including an AI ingredient that parses background data and can return a identified false, a identified true or an unknown/unset.
[ ] Affected person is 65 years previous or older – AI “No” affected person’s date of delivery is 50 yrs earlier than in the present day.
The catch is that typically the AI will get it mistaken so a human wants to have the ability to override the selection.
What’s one of the simplest ways to show all these states and nonetheless enable the person to override it? I doubt any customers will truly set these to strictly false however they need to nonetheless get the choice. Customers WILL incessantly override the AI’s unknown with a real.
I am contemplating the flexibility to cycle between states for every click on after which creating checkbox states that look unfavourable, look impartial and look constructive.
Is that intuitive? I anticipate customers will obtain coaching on this method however I’m wondering if there’s a greater technique to go about it? Anybody have examples of this achieved nicely? I thought of a “dropdown” or choose fashion interplay however that truly appears extra mentally complicated.