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Updated: Apr 27

AI for Mental Health
AI for Mental Health

In the realm of psychotherapy, where understanding emotions and social cues is paramount, a groundbreaking study published in Frontiers in Psychology has brought to light the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to rival human psychologists.

The study, which compared the performance of large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT-4, Google Bard, and Bing against human professionals, revealed intriguing insights into the evolving landscape of mental health care.

Harnessing the power of deep learning and neural networks, LLMs have emerged as formidable contenders in understanding and responding to human emotions. The study, led by Fahmi Hassan Fadhel from Qatar University, pitted these AI models against 180 male psychologists from King Khalid University in Saudi Arabia. The results were eye-opening.

ChatGPT-4 emerged as the 🌟 star performer, surpassing all human psychologists in its ability to comprehend and react to emotional scenarios. With a score of 59/64 on the Social Intelligence Scale, ChatGPT-4 showcased a level of social acumen that exceeded expectations.

In essence, the study unveils a paradigm shift in the field of psychotherapy, where machines stand poised to complement, and in some cases, surpass human capabilities. Yet, as we navigate this brave new world of AI-driven therapy, let us not forget the profound human element that lies at the heart of healing. đŸ€

At HURU School Cindy AI offers mental health support for free to all our students enrolled in our courses.


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