he creator of a gaming app designed to diagnose people’s levels of depression and mental health problems says tech firms need to be ethical, when it comes to AI.
Dr Emilia Molimpakis, CEO and co-founder of Thymia says she’s designed as a tool to identify people’s mental wellbeing through facial expressions and speech patterns.Molimpakis explains to Tech & Science Daily that she hopes the app will become a household name for clinicians and patients over the next decade.
Spotify says it regrets Neil Young’s decision to remove his music from the streaming platform and “hope to welcome him back soon”.
They say it’s removed over 20,000 podcast episodes related to COVID since the start of the pandemic and has policies in place for content that “balance safety for listeners and freedom for creators”.
Experts reckon part of an old Space X rocket is due to crash into the moon.
The Falcon 9 booster from Elon Musk’s space company has been drifting since 2015, when it helped put a weather satellite into orbit.
A major PPE producer and scientists at Heriot-Watt University are working together to recycle 10kg of pandemic waste every hour. A report suggests iPhones will soon accept contactless payments directly. Robot performs keyhole surgery on pig without human help for first time. Tesla hails second profitable year as ‘breakthrough’, plus astronomers spot mysterious object unlike anything they have seen before.
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