DeepMind's Chatbot: Revolutionizing Mental Health and Covid-19 Education | E1657
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TLDR DeepMind is utilizing chatbot technology to help people learn about mental health, Covid-19, anti-Asian hate, censorship, and the AIDS crisis, as well as to investigate the lack of pandemic planning and the JFK assassination cover-up, and to create policies that will help prevent future suffering caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Deepmind is releasing a beta chatbot, Molly, to interview a launch accelerator class and discuss mental health, Covid-19, anti-asian hate, censorship, and the AIDS crisis, as well as lenode's Rise program for startups.
It's time to investigate the lack of pandemic planning and the JFK assassination cover-up, and to create policies that will help prevent future suffering caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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