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Chief AI Officer Valentin Tablan talks to Secure Futures magazine for ieso

28 Jul 2022

Kaspersky’s Secure Futures magazine recently featured ieso, Lyssn, and Woebot in an article exploring how digital mental health companies are using AI to help make mental healthcare more measurable and effective.

It features our Chief AI Officer, Valentin Tablan, explaining the groundbreaking work ieso is doing in this space: “In mental healthcare, we’ve been slower to adopt technology. But that’s changing. We can start using artificial intelligence and natural language processing techniques to understand therapy-specific language and gain insights from that.”

To learn more from Valentin and the other contributors, read the full article, entitled "Could AI make mental health therapy more effective", here.

If you’d like to learn more about ieso’s scientific research into mental health, AI, and digital therapeutics, click here for our Science page.

About Secure Futures

Secure Futures magazine is a business guide for opinions, trends and insight into the world of technology and cybersecurity. Delivered by Kaspersky, the global cybersecurity experts, it aims to help business bring on the future.

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