Virtual and Augmented Reality

Virtual humans could give sufferers of post-traumatic stress the support they need

A computer-generated ‘human’ interviewer could provide a solution that combines the rapport-building skills of real human interviewers with the feelings of anonymity and safety. Image: REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

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