Dr. Simon D'Alfonso is a lecturer in the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne, who works mainly in the areas of digital mental health, cyberpsychology, digital wellbeing and AI. He is affiliated with the Orygen youth mental health centre, where he serves as head of computing in its digital mental health division eOrygen. Via these affiliations, he leads the Digital Technology and Artificial Intelligence for Mental Health research project in the School of Computing and Information Systems.
Simon D’Alfonso summarises an editorial by Sarah Carr, which places the patient as a “domain expert” in artificial intelligence mental health research.[read the full story...]