At the fore of this work is Dr. Zachary Kaminsky, chair in suicide prevention research at The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research in Ottawa. It’s his hope that the confluence of two streams of his research — one involving biological markers, the other using artificial intelligence and social media — will help identify those with the greatest risk of suicide, often before they know it, and result in quicker, more effective treatments.

TryCycle has been working closely with Dr. Kaminsky to integrate his SAIPH algorithm within our platform.

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