author={Kenneth Mark Colby and Joyce Watt and John P. Gilbert},
  journal={The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease},

Is GPT-3 a Psychopath? Evaluating Large Language Models from a Psychological Perspective

Are large language models (LLMs) like GPT-3 psychologically safe? In this work, we design unbiased prompts to evaluate LLMs systematically from a psychological perspective. Firstly, we test the

Does GPT-3 Demonstrate Psychopathy? Evaluating Large Language Models from a Psychological Perspective

In this work, we determined whether large language models (LLMs) are psychologically safe. We designed unbiased prompts to systematically evaluate LLMs from a psychological perspective. First, we

Advancing a critical artificial intelligence theory for schooling

    Jason Toncic
    Teknokultura. Revista de Cultura Digital y Movimientos Sociales
  • 2021
Artificial intelligence (AI) has gradually been integrated into major aspects of schooling and academic learning following breakthroughs in algorithmic machine learning over the past decade.

Co-developing a Mental Health and Wellbeing Chatbot With and for Young People

    C. Grové
    Frontiers in Psychiatry
  • 2020
How the Chatbot has been developed is discussed, highlighting its participatory, co-design process with youth who are the key stakeholders to benefit from this digital tool, and how digital tools such as Chatbot applications could support the mental health of young people in secondary schools or health care settings in conjunction with the wellbeing or health cared team.

Backfiring and favouring: how design processes in HCI lead to anti-patterns and repentant designers

The purpose of the paper is to help designers and researchers better understand how design processes can lead to negative impacts and to repentant designers by introducing a richer vocabulary for discussing such processes by specifically applying the vocabulary to examples of social media design.

How to turn interior monologues inside out: epistemologies, methods, and research tools in the long twentieth century

ABSTRACT This paper addresses the interior monologue as a “sonic thing” whose elusive nature prompted a wide range of research initiatives in the long twentieth century. Neurophysiologists,

Computer-assisted psychological assessment and psychotherapy for collegians.

Currently-available digital technologies can address these mental health service delivery challenges: cost, limited human resources, failure of students to seek help, stigmatization of collegians seeking help, premature termination, inadequate process and outcome data to assess and improve treatment effectiveness, and lack of real-time data-based treatment selection.

Digital Empathy Secures Frankenstein's Monster

In reciprocation, people should have more empathy with machines allowing for their mistakes and also accepting that they will be better than people at performing particular tasks involving large data sets where fast decisions may need to be made, keeping in mind that they are not as prone as people to becoming tired.

If software is narrative: Joseph Weizenbaum, artificial intelligence and the biographies of ELIZA

A theoretical framework based on the concept of ‘biographies of media’ is proposed to illuminate the dynamics and implications of software’s discursive life.

Chatbot Theory (cid:63) A Na¨ıve and Elementary Theory for Dialogue Management

This paper focus is on dialogue management since it is considered the core of a chatbot and presents an inceptive theoretical framework through a formal way for chatbots that can be used as a reference to explore, compose, build and discuss chatbots.