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Mental illness has long been more of an invisible illness. But startups are emerging to find new ways to improve mental health.
Startups are pioneering a dramatic shift in how we spot and treat depression — and you can try some of their new tools right now
The tragic rise in suicide in America has struck a chord with tech startups aiming to create tools that can spot mental illness early. All of these apps are underwritten by a central idea: that many people who need help aren't getting it.
I spent 2 weeks chatting with a robot about my anxiety — and found the tool to be surprisingly helpful
Woebot, an artificially intelligent chatbot, uses the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy. I spent two weeks using the tool. Here's how it went.
A Stanford researcher is pioneering a dramatic shift in how we treat depression — and you can try her new app right now
Woebot is a free therapy chatbot created by a clinical psychologist at Stanford University. It launched as a stand-alone app in January.
A Stanford researcher is pioneering a dramatic shift in how we treat depression — and Google Brain’s cofounder has joined the effort
Woebot, the AI-powered chatbot that uses a heavily researched clinical approach to treating depression, has added Google Brain cofounder Andrew Ng to its board.