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  • Woebot's AI helps people open up about mental health
  • Woebot's AI helps people open up about mental health
    Ben White (2016) ©
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Woebot's AI helps people open up about mental health

Many Americans don't have access to adequate mental health services, while those who do may still experience apprehension about seeking treatment. AI-powered Woebot is hoping to make help more readily available by chatting to people about their mental conditions.

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