1.WHY AI AND ML HELPFUL TO REDUCE SUICIDE COUNT?
AI and ML tools are deployed to minimize cases and enable faster response. AI algorithms recognize people’s behavior and mental activity based on trained datasets to support suicide management. Solving the problem of suicide requires recognizing patterns and acting quickly to avoid negative consequences.
2.HOW IT WORKS ?
Emerging therapeutic approaches include conversational chatbots designed to accelerate human-like conversations with voice or text responses. Chatbots, computer programs, can mediate psychiatric interventions for depression and tension that rely on cognitive behavioral therapy. Chatbots respond in unique ways to presented interactions, allowing interventions to be tailored to the patient’s emotional state and clinical needs.
3.WHAT GOOGLE DO WITH PSYCHOLOGISTS?
Google’s AI algorithms gather information from across the web and disseminate it in user content to understand suicide cases. Suicide victims are using the internet, such as YouTube, to search for suicide videos, and Google uses his ML tool to detect such cases. Google’s ML algorithms work by connecting social patterns and predicting which users are more likely to commit suicide. Google works with healthcare providers, psychologists, and counselors to make great strides in suicide reporting.
AI and ML applications have unique potential to enable precision medicine in suicide prevention, especially given their ability to process large and complex datasets. These approaches may have important implications for early suicide risk identification, triage, and treatment development, while observing important methodological and statistical caveats.