Google's developing an AI assistant that suggests health-related activities; how do we evaluate mental health apps?; modernizing clinical trials
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The rise of ‘pseudo-AI’: how tech firms quietly use humans to do bots’ work [Olivia Solon | The Guardian] In some cases, humans are used to train the AI system and improve its accuracy. A company called Scale offers a bank of …
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Designing our friendly robot companions isn’t about the AI [Ben Brown | O’Reilly Radar] Building bots is not about the AI; it’s mostly “smoke and mirrors and parlor tricks, crafting your words and using your words really effectively.” Building bots …
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Questionable fMRI for detecting suicidal ideation, art for teen mental health, and an emotions image data set that gets the science of emotions right
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A scale for evaluating electronic tools for mental health, recognizing arousal in animals, and The New Yorker on chatbot counselors
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I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that: Why chatbots may not fly [Zoe Kulsariyeva | Prototypr] Human conversation is incredibly complex and is currently impossible to simulate realistically. Users subconsciously believe that they are talking to human-like entities, …
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