As online depression test websites leak answers and test results with third parties for advertising purposes, something has clearly gone wrong with European data protection.Read More
When I was at my lowest, Dungeons & Dragons saved me… Those are words I never expected to type.Read More
Things have been a little quiet here on New Rising Media, but my break is over and here is the plan going forward.Read More
Are we living with social media or through it? What I saw from so-called Instagram models in Greece recently, I’m alarmed that it’s probably the latter.Read More
Blue Monday is not a thing – your mental health is important every day. PR campaigns that suggest it's OK to feel down one day in January don’t help, so here are my own ways to support my mental state.Read More
Logan Paul’s disgusting video showing a suicide victim shows 2018 is a year YouTube needs to change or risk (ironically) killing itself.Read More
While a robot may never be capable of feeling emotion, artist Erica Scourti’s bot “Empathy Deck” has the potential to pretend well enough to offer comforting help.Read More
The U.S. Army has awarded contracts (of around $100,000) each to three separate private companies in a bid to create “the highest quality” videogames designed to be able give indications of a soldiers’ mental health in the hope the data could be used to diagnose such conditions as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).