Artificial Intelligence

Could an AI be your psychologist in the future?

Digital mental health services have served as a lifeline for millions during social distancing. Image: Unsplash/Boudewijn Huysmans

John Michael Innes

Adjunct Professor, University of South Australia

Ben W. Morrison

Senior Lecturer, Organisational Psychology, Macquarie University

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Researchers had rated the probability that psychology could be automated at a mere 0.43%. Image: Oxford Martin School

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