Someday, Facebook M, the social network's own AI assistant, will take up residence in Messenger, but until then, Jarvis has the reminder part handled, at least.
Assist is another AI assistant, but it skips the reminders in favor of a menu of options that include: get a ride, food delivery, reservations, send flowers, hire a courier, discover places, event tickets, book hotels, and even send a letter via snail mail.
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You can go back and ask for forecasts or enter settings (to change location or go from F to C degrees) anytime.
So it's primarily for a business with Facebook-based customers, but it can work for anyone.
Go into Surveybot.io, sign in with a Facebook account (specifically one that has a Facebook Page), and create a short survey.
Don't get too creative with what you ask; just type "help" for a list of phrases Poncho can parse. Ask the Health Tap bot a question about your malady.
Based on what you ask, the bot will display a series of articles it thinks pertain to your described symptoms.