Artificial intelligence and mental health are buzzwords in contemporary debate in the field of information and communication technologies, digital culture, and human-machine relationships. What once seemed like a movie is now a reality. Machines are getting closer and closer to humans, talking and behaving like them.
According to Gelson Schwartz “We live in a world that, paradoxically, has a simultaneous and possibly associated growth between the increase in our digital interactions and an unprecedented deterioration of mental and physical health indicators and a shortage of caregiving professionals.”
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