Advances in artificial intelligence have considered computers to help doctors in diagnosing disease and help screen patients' vital signs from any area. Significant advances have been made in artificial intelligence that will soon affect the manner in which mental health care is practiced in everyday clinical settings. The outcome will be increasingly individualized treatment integrating both traditional and evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) modalities, progressively viable and more cost-effective medicines of numerous mental health issues, and improved results. In Europe, the WHO assessed that 44.3 million individuals suffer from depression and 37.3 million endure with anxiety. Diagnosis of mental health disorders depend on an age-old method that can be subjective and unreliable, says paper co-creator Brita Elvevåg, a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of Tromsø, Norway.
Jan-26-2020, 05:00:30 GMT