Writing in today’s New York Times, columnist David Brooks writes about ways technology can be a lifesaver. He mentions one organization that the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation is pleased to support:
The Crisis Text Line is a suicide prevention hotline in which people communicate through texting instead of phone calls. Using A.I. technology, the organization has analyzed more than 100 million texts it has received. The idea is to help counselors understand who is really in immediate need of emergency care.
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