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A public lecture by Professor Nikolas Rose, Kings College London, delivered at ANU in August 2014.
The human body was made legible long ago. But what of the human mind? Is it possible to ‘read’ the mind, for one human being to know what...
This article discusses AI-based solutions, such as chatbots, as a way to tackle mental-health issues around the globe. The sort of provisional mental-health care provided by chatbots could be particularly useful in communities with an inadequate supply of trained professionals.
The new generation of AI will affect how we approach mental healthcare.
This report by the Global Future Council on Neurotechnologies explores the evolving application of technology in mental healthcare and considers the ethical considerations that surround its use.
Research has shown that young people are much better equipped to deal with online risks than adults assume and that young people themselves are the most valuable resource for adults concerned about the online safety of their children. The research also reveals significant benefits to...
The Department of Human Services (DHS) is under scrutiny this week after the Nine papers revealed the department sent letters to 50,000 patients who were previously prescribed lithium. DHS was seeking to recruit the recipients into a non-government study on bipolar disorder.