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We can have a world where everyone has their personal therapist.Like Xiaoice, they can talk to it without fear of being judged or ostracized.When we don’t talk to a human, we are more likely to open up about our problems.These bots can never replace psychotherapists but they can improve the experience.This same advancement has helped us apply automation in every place possible. Given the rise in mental illness in the United States and Worldwide and the lack of mental health infrastructure in some countries. In 1950’s Alan Turing published his now famous paper, ‘Computing Machinery and Intelligence’.We need to ask, Can chatbots provide a temporary (or permanent) form of therapy? To measure a machine’s intelligence, he designed the Turing test.But let’s just wait until the scammers have their own bots, too.That’ll be the future of cybersecurity: millions of bots battling back and forth behind-the-scenes, running interference for us.
In 1966, Joseph Weizenbaum, a professor at MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, took interest in this. It was designed to fool people into believing that they were talking with a therapist rather than a bot.Although with our current understanding of language we can build more complicated conversation interfaces, Eliza is still impressive.Other chatbots such as PARRY and JABBERWACKY have come along, but these weren’t made to simulate therapists. Here are some of today’s therapy bots: It isn’t hard to notice the advantages of a therapeutic chatbot.Next-door neighbor Arkansas has a chatbot in beta, and North Carolina is experimenting with internal chatbots in its IT department to handle excess workloads.Cities in Arizona and Georgia have also tested similar technology via SMS.
In extreme cases, the bot can contact family/spouse or send them to a proper psychotherapist.