Can artificial intelligence help people with their mental health? – NBC News

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As America’s mental health crisis grows, some are experimenting with artificial intelligence — talking to a machine — as an adjunct to traditional therapy. Daniel Toker, a neuroscientist, says it can be a useful tool. OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, cautions that it’s not a replacement for mental health treatment by a human. The American Psychological Association says it’s concerned because of the risk that A.I. could provide inaccurate information. NBC News’ Erin McLauglin reports.

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