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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Voice and facial recognition could help AI surpass humans in emotional intelligence [Mikko Alasaarela, Inbot | VentureBeat] While humans are still struggling to understand each other, emotionally intelligent AI has advanced rapidly. Cameras in phones are ubiquitous, and face-tracking software is …
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10 extremely precise words for emotions you didn’t even know you had Assessing the value of Buddhism, for individuals and for the world This therapy robot that lives in Facebook wants to treat your anxiety
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