— Columbia Psychiatry (@ColumbiaPsych) February 3, 2018
Using algorithms, a research team recently analyzed the data of Twitter users to see if it could be used to predict #depression & #PTSD in users & found that roughly 9 times out of 10, the predictions their algorithms made were correct. @PsychToday https://t.co/EglSzirVHF
— Columbia Psychiatry (@ColumbiaPsych) February 2, 2018
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