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Siri doesn't have answers to some mental health concerns

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Using the Siri function on an Apple Watch Sport smartwatch. The study found that more than 60% of adult smartphone owners in the US use their personal device for health information.

New York

WHILE more and more people use their smartphone to ask health-related questions, a new study has found that conversational agents like Siri come up short when it comes to responding to serious issues involving mental health.

More than 60 per cent of adult smartphone owners

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