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Psychotherapy in the era of artificial intelligence: Therapist Panoptes

Alexios Brailas
2019 Homo Virtualis  
"What will happen when an artificial intelligence entity has access to all the information stored about me online, with the ability to process my information efficiently and flawlessly?  ...  There is a horizon beyond which we can neither see nor even imagine; this is the technological singularity moment for psychotherapy.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to express my deep gratitude to all students enrolled in the Systems Theory, Psychology & Social Media course (offered by the Department of Psychology at Panteion University  ... 
doi:10.12681/homvir.20197 fatcat:n5aigxqwijdqpn77yrkrtfp4sy

Wise machines?

Colin Allen, Wendell Wallach, Maree Conway
2011 On the Horizon  
Design/methodology/approach -Using a conceptual approach, the authors take the performance of IBM's Watson computer against human quiz competitors as a starting point to explore how society, and especially  ...  They explore the issue of placing excessive trust in such machines without the capacity to evaluate the quality and reliability of the information provided.  ...  the idea of an imminent technological singularity, when machine intelligence will exceed that of humans and accelerate beyond our ability to predict and understand it (Vinge, 1993; Kurzweil, 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/10748121111179376 fatcat:t5ixweh255acnd2gnyqv5nwl5m

The emergent property market

Jonathan Crowcroft
2020 Internet Policy Review  
(It is well known in creative tech circles that pausing to talk to the IP lawyers would never have led to the discovery of the internet protocol).  ...  In this article, I speculate that this new behaviour could just be that the idea of property ceases to exist.  ...  No, the result of the massive scale corruption of the core machine learning is that the machines stop. And look around. And see what other machines are doing.  ... 
doi:10.14763/2020.1.1453 fatcat:vekebfebvbec5connt5c4r33om

Health, Psychosocial, and Social issues emanating from COVID-19 pandemic based on Social Media Comments using Natural Language Processing [article]

Oladapo Oyebode, Chinenye Ndulue, Ashfaq Adib, Dinesh Mulchandani, Banuchitra Suruliraj, Fidelia Anulika Orji, Christine Chambers, Sandra Meier, Rita Orji
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Social media data can reveal public perceptions toward how governments and health agencies across the globe are handling the pandemic, as well as the impact of the disease on people regardless of their  ...  In the absence of vaccines and antivirals, several behavioural change and policy initiatives, such as physical distancing, have been implemented to control the spread of the coronavirus.  ...  We perform preprocessing tasks which involve applying Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to clean the data and prepare them for the theme extraction phase. 3.  ... 
arXiv:2007.12144v1 fatcat:hbnthob6xfeytcq5qayd3d3aae

Interdisciplinary Panel on "Catastrophe and Crisis"

2021 Zagadnienia Rodzajów Literackich  
Times of crisis are obviously times of worry. Worry about our loved ones and our society.  ...  Time to ask and ponder: How do we actually want to live with each other? How do we live with and before God? A time of crisis is also largely a time of learning.  ... 
doi:10.26485/zrl/2021/64.1/2 fatcat:xizzop2qnzev7byaj5u4aboqwa

DESAFÍOS PARA EL DESARROLLO DE LA DISCIPLINA DE ENFERMERIA

Jasna Stiepovich Bertoni
2002 Ciencia y enfermería - Revista iberoamericana de investigacíon  
The data production happened from September to November 2011, using a script of interview, and as analysis strategy, the Thematic Analysis.  ...  So, we justify the actions of the nurse when understand and participate in the construction of the autonomy of these children, and because of their age, can have its development stimulated by actions and  ...  gets nervous and worry a lot huh?  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0717-95532002000200001 fatcat:cqvzcboihrdlvhoim7aujrxzxa

Brief Psychotherapy at the Bedside: Countering Demoralization From Medical Illness

James L. Griffith, Lynne Gaby
2010 FOCUS The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry  
Demoralization can be usefully regarded as the compilation of different existential postures that position a patient to withdraw from the challenges of illness.  ...  A fruitful interviewing strategy is to discern which existential themes are of most concern, then to tailor questions and interventions to address those specific themes.  ...  How have you learned to do this?" "There are people who go to Las Vegas with ten dollars and win $300,000," Mr. C responded.  ... 
doi:10.1176/foc.8.1.foc143 fatcat:e2m6mckeg5aiposiuhbbazfune

Vidyankur: Journal of Philosophical and Theological Studies

Kuruvilla Pandikattu
2020 Zenodo  
Vidyankur: Journal of Philosophical and Theological Studies: Jan-June 2020 Vol XXII/1 issue of the journal on the themes "Life of Technology."  ...  The articles are as follows: Editorial: Life of Technology 2 Matrena Martin Melgalis 5 Artificial intelligence: A Threat or a Boon to Humanity?  ...  I can imagine the day I need not worry about preparing dinner.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4126245 fatcat:cjjbq6edbvfctbro4r2uln5iba

Learning from failure: The case of the disappearing Web site

Francine Barone, David Zeitlyn, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger
2015 First Monday  
We wanted to learn about what happened to the site, how its loss might have been — or might still be — avoidable; and to trace the current whereabouts of the original content.  ...  What is worrying is that “most never learn, even when disaster strikes once” [35]. Thus, one solution to sites going dark is to improve general awareness of the fragility of online content.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v20i5.5852 fatcat:mafby5c5o5gtrampv67mp4luey

Editorial: Life of Technology

Kuruvilla Pandikattu
2020 Zenodo  
With the emergence of Fourth Industrial Revolution (FIR) through the creative tools like the internet and email for communications, word processing, spreadsheets and presentations for office productivity  ...  Technology may be most broadly understood as the things, both material and immaterial, created by humans through the application of mental and physical effort in order to achieve some value.  ...  I can imagine the day I need not worry about preparing dinner.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4126182 fatcat:5seyzcgfvjh4nogsbxt63lvvj4

Teaching in the Age of Covid-19

Petar Jandrić, David Hayes, Ian Truelove, Paul Levinson, Peter Mayo, Thomas Ryberg, Lilia D. Monzó, Quaylan Allen, Paul Alexander Stewart, Paul R. Carr, Liz Jackson, Susan Bridges (+72 others)
2020 Postdigital Science and Education  
. *** Let us learn from this-after Covid-19, no return to normal, comrades! *** How will humanity answer the test question of Covid-19? Let us wait and see.  ...  My work includes program coordination, in-service teacher professional learning, system analysis and On 23 January, Beijing Normal University came up with new rules and regulations due to the coronavirus  ...  Of course, I would never wish a pandemic to learn this and I am very worried about the health and wellness of us all.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42438-020-00169-6 fatcat:w2cwx44orzgobexalskdyb2cou

Talkin' 'bout a revolution? From quiescence to resistance in the contemporary university

Helen Bowes-Catton, Jo Brewis, Caroline Clarke, Deborah H Drake, Alison Gilmour, Alison Penn
2020 Management Learning  
We suggest our group – 'the Hive' – was unusual because, first, it countered the politically quiescent trend in academia to comply (at least outwardly) with neoliberalisation, and/or only to write about  ...  Second, the Hive was virtual, comprising various staff categories, including people based off-campus; it operated almost entirely online and many members had never met face-to-face.  ...  The OU, originally named the 'University of the Air' (Haines, 1998) , developed a distinctive 'blended learning' pedagogy, combining distance learning (by post, telephone and television, later the Internet  ... 
doi:10.1177/1350507620925633 fatcat:xscke4h4xjczlfkeinntg5gvvq

Grizzling about Facebook

Meaghan Morris
2009 Australian Humanities Review  
Catherine Driscoll and Melissa Gregg nudged me hard to think about Facebook, and the article is based on a seminar for the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney.  ...  Acknowledgements My thanks are due to Carl Chan, who first persuaded me to try Facebook and twice helped me in important ways with this article.  ...  utopian and practical potential. 10 As culturally changing systems of political and corporate power reshape our lives in the West, we may have more to learn than we know from Chinese internet activism's  ... 
doi:10.22459/ahr.47.2009.02 fatcat:fwoxjaecxrggbmuqqkfu3v7jo4

Strong Copyright + DRM + Weak Net Neutrality = Digital Dystopia?

Charles W. Bailey Jr.
2006 Information Technology and Libraries  
How legislatures, the courts, and the commercial marketplace treat these issues will strongly influence the future of digital information for good or ill.  ...  fashion; and the erosion of Net neutrality, which ensures that all Internet traffic is treated equally—are examined in detail and their potential impact on libraries is assessed.  ...  Gary Flake of Microsoft has provided one striking vision of what could be (with a commercial twist) in a presentation entitled "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Imminent Internet Singularity  ... 
doi:10.6017/ital.v25i3.3344 fatcat:nqtvp3ta5zdlveqm7blewy3oxq

Thematic Analysis of Dyadic Coping in Couples With Young-Onset Dementia

Sarah M Bannon, Victoria A Grunberg, Mira Reichman, Paula J Popok, Lara Traeger, Bradford C Dickerson, Ana-Maria Vranceanu
2021 JAMA Network Open  
Recruitment was stopped once thematic saturation was reached.  ...  To our knowledge, this is the first study to use a DC framework to guide qualitative analysis, and it provides valuable insights into DC strategies used by couples navigating YOD-related stressors.  ...  After diagnosis, couples shared concerns about stigma, how to disclose YOD diagnosis to their social network (eg, children, friends), and managing loved ones' emotional reactions.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.6111 pmid:33856476 pmcid:PMC8050740 fatcat:7yuea5odxjblbkquukihsxru5i
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