Can AI help prevent suicides in South Korea? | DW News

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South Korea has the highest number of suicides of any developed OECD country. Unfortunately, that number has gone up over the last two years because of the pandemic. Increasingly, it is younger people in their 20s and 30s who are taking their own lives. Now scientists have come up with a way of trying to avert such tragedies – using artificial intelligence.

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