Too many digital mental health startups are taking an ML/AI-first approach to product development. Before that, we need a better foundation of non-ML/AI data science in the digital mental health space.
Why machine learning development should be thought of and organized as a software engineering activity.
AI’s inability to understand, digital mental health categories, what it takes to succeed with digital therapeutics, and does religiosity protect against depression?
An AI coach for emotionally intelligent messaging, addressing AI’s adoption gap in healthcare, active vs passive scientism
Part 3 in a series on psychotherapeutic chatbots that include artificial intelligence capabilities.
Woebot offers useful CBT coaching. But its chatbot interface is more distracting than helpful at this point, reflecting AI’s current inability to understand natural language.
Humans doing bots’ work, neuroplasticity, apps and avatars for mental health