Using AI to prevent youth suicides

The Otsu school in Japan will feed  AI information from about 9,000 suspected bullying cases, reported by their elementary and junior high schools, between 2012 and 2018. This information will include details on the students involved — their ages, genders, absenteeism records, and academic achievements — as well as when and where any bullying incidents took place. Through an AI theoretical analysis of past data, they plan to properly respond to cases without just relying on teachers’ past experiences. The hope is that the AI will allow school officials to identify the bullying cases that are likely to escalate in seriousness so that they can intervene and diffuse situations before it’s too late.

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