Published: Matthew Schurr and Brenna Renn

Matthew Schurr and Brenna Renn (both Psychology) published an open access manuscript entited, "Artificial Intelligence: An Interprofessional Perspective on Implications for Geriatric Mental Health Research and Care" in Frontiers in Psychiatry.

This piece, written with colleagues from the Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics (Toronto) and the University of Washington School of Nursing, provides an overview of artificial intelligence suggests future AI applications in geriatric mental health and discusses pragmatics considerations of clinical practice, methodological differences between data and clinical science, and issues of ethics, privacy, and trust.

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