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Chatbots represent a particular type of BIT to address mental health conditions. Chatbots are computer programs that engage in text-based or voice-activated conversations  and that respond to users based on preprogrammed responses or artificial intelligence (AI) . Ho et al  found that interactions with chatbots were as effective as human interactions in offering emotional, relational, and psychological benefits and that they focused on the impact of personal disclosure.
Woebot is an automated conversational agent designed to deliver CBT in a brief way, and it also performs mood tracking . Shim focuses on positive psychology and the components of CBT . KokoBot teaches cognitive reappraisal skills and facilitates peer-to-peer interactions through a postresponse platform where users post about a situation and other users respond back . Wysa is an AI-based emotionally intelligent mobile chatbot aimed at enforcing mental resilience and promoting mental well-being using a text-based conversational interface . Woebot, Wysa, and Shim did not provide information on how much time users spent engaging with these chatbots [12,13,15]. Vivibot  is a chatbot that delivers positive psychology for young individuals after cancer treatment. Finally, Pocket Skills  is a conversational mobile web app that supports clients with dialectical behavioral therapy.
Tess (X2AI Inc) is an automated mental health chatbot powered by AI. It engages its users with text-based conversations that deliver coping strategies based on the emotional needs of the users . Research suggests that using Tess has been helpful in a variety of contexts. In a pilot study, Ackerman et al  found that conversations with Tess were useful in providing emotional support to a small sample (n=26) of employees in a health care system, and most participants found it helpful as Tess provided relevant support and coping tips. Fulmer et al  reported that using Tess helped reduce depressive and anxiety symptoms among college students (n=74) at higher rates than those in a control condition after 2 and 4 weeks of engagement with Tess. Furthermore, in a feasibility study by Stephens et al  with a small sample (n=23) of adolescents coping with weight management and prediabetes symptoms, the authors found conversations with Tess useful in supporting them toward their goals and high usefulness ratings.
Modules initiated by Tess. The figure presents the first 5 module steps that participants interacted with that were initiated by Tess. The timeline reflects the module number to which the participant was exposed (ie, timeline 1 is the module that people started with, and timeline 2 is the second module that participants began). The line thickness describes the transitions from one module to the next and not the number of users in a given module. Body-scan: body scan; Cog-dis: cognitive distortion; Compassion: self-compassion; Cope-state: coping statements; Dep-diet: depression diet; Rad-accept: radical acceptance; Self-soothe: self-soothing; Sol-foc: solution focus; Tht-jrnl: thought journaling; Trans-T: transtheoretical.
Modules initiated by user. The figure presents the first 5 module steps that participants interacted with that were initiated by the participant. The timeline reflects the module number to which the participant was exposed (ie, timeline 1 is the module that people started with, and timeline 2 is the second module that participants began). The line thickness describes the transitions from one module to the next and not the number of users in a given module. Body-scan: body scan; Cog-dis: cognitive distortion; Compassion: self-compassion; Cope-state: coping statements; Dep-diet: depression diet; Rad-accept: radical acceptance; Self-soothe: self-soothing; Sol-foc: solution focus; Tht-jrnl: thought journaling; Trans-T: transtheoretical.
The first aim of this study is to understand the overall utilization of the depression modules from Tess. This was done by analyzing the number of user messages, characters per message, the average time of utilization, and participant flow through Tess. The 354 users included in this study sent a total of 6220 messages and typed a total of 86,298 characters across an average of 46 days, which illustrates that the users engaged with Tess. However, when the time spent was analyzed, the participants engaged with Tess for an average of 25 min. A cautious interpretation of this number may suggest that 25 min is not sufficient to provide strategies that can help users cope with depression. A more enthusiastic interpretation suggests that as chatbots are highly accessible and scalable, 25 min of an asynchronous conversation delivered right when users need it can help boost their mood, and if this is delivered to large populations, this could be a major contribution to the mental health resources.
With regard to the time of utilization, the engagement with each module was variable, ranging from 31 min to 48 hours. As interactions with chatbots are asynchronous, users may engage with each module over the course of a day, week, or longer, and determining what period of inactivity indicates that the user is no longer engaged in a module leads to arbitrary decisions. Therefore, judging the time spent with the module may be limited. Although the time spent in a conversation should be considered as a measure of the usability of a chatbot, it is unclear as to what would be the best way to measure it. One possibility is that a composite score based on the time spent, number of sessions initiated, number of sessions per day, and number of days (from the first session to the last session) could yield more meaningful information.
One of the most famous composers of all time, Stephen Sondheim filmed a cameo for Glass Onion before his passing in November 2021. Sondheim is celebrated for his work on musicals such as West Side Story (recently adapted by Steven Spielberg), and Into The Woods, among many more. During a sequence in which the audience is given a peek into how Benoit Blanc has been dealing with the Covid lockdown, Blanc is on a Zoom call with Sondheim while in his bathtub playing the online multiplayer game Among Us. Glass Onion reveals that Blanc is playing Among Us with a few other equally famous friends who are trying to get him out of his lockdown funk.
Brewster shows a noticeable interest in gyroids. In each game, gyroids are visible on the shelves within the café. In City Folk he offered storage of gyroids, though this is not present in New Leaf.
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