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Key Use Cases of Emotional AI in the Mental Healthcare Profile
Suppose the integration of emotional AI will offer them much-needed assistance while also reducing the country's medical costs. In that case, it is advantageous to invest in this technology as soon as feasible.
Fremont, CA: Humans have frequently questioned the emotional range of future AI. While in the first, the protagonist falls in love with an intelligent computer operating system personified by a female voice called Samantha, who does not reciprocate, causing heartbreak, in the latter, the protagonist ends up restarting life on Earth after a difficult journey guided by its emotions and wit to comprehend things around him. However, the image of Emotional AI is becoming clearer. Emotional recognition technology is also known as face coding. AI can monitor the driver's emotional condition and level of tiredness using computer vision technologies. It might be useful in the workplace to assess the anxiety and stress levels of employees who've had demanding tasks.
• AI as Medical Assistants
By analyzing patient records and providing reports based on the data, performing administrative responsibilities, and even aiding with diagnosis or intervention, emotion AI can free clinicians to spend more time with their patients. This allows patients to receive better and more personalized care based on their requirements, medical conditions, and preferences without having to reveal anything to the examiner. In addition, using speech analysis, the program can assist patients with mental health difficulties. It can also be better addressed and managed by their emotions, even in a highly stressful or traumatic situation.
• AI as Emotional Support
A 'nurse bot' not only reminds elderly patients on long-term medical programs to take their medications but also communicates with them daily to assess their general health. In addition, they make an effort to connect with those who have just been in an accident or who are depressed to lift their spirits. Furthermore, it provides a clear picture of how a patient reacts to new treatments.
• AI as Chatbot
Seeking medical care can be difficult in a society where mental illness is stigmatized and taboo. Where physical accessibility is not practical, AI may assist bridge the gap via chatbots. Researchers observed that individuals prefer chatting to avatars versus talking to therapists. Not only that, but these chatbots enable individuals to discuss their problems at any time of day or night, from anywhere in the world.