“[L]et’s imagine a future in which an AI device is programmed to notice and react to both verbal and non-verbal responses,” begins Dr. Ran D. Anbar. “These could include facial expressions, body movements, and vocal and physiologic reactions from a patient. Such an AI can be built upon the foundation of current facial recognition and facial expression analysis software.” Dr. Anbar thinks patients would accept such a therapeutic tool if it were used properly. Would they?
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