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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44591

High Interactive Model For Situated MultiAgent Chatbot Framework For Depression Self-Assessment

Mohammed Ali, Ali Obied


Chatbots, which employ asynchronous messaging to facilitate human–machine communication, are becoming more popular. Users benefit from the assistance of these virtual entities in a variety of tasks (e.g., work, leisure, and health-related). A chatbot is a computer program that mimics human conversation in text or speech. In part, this is owing to the proliferation of mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, in part due to the rising level of interest generated by chatbot conversations, and in part due to the increasing complexity of the AI algorithms driving the bots' behavior. On the EBDI concept, we have developed a chatbot framework that uses a highly interactive approach to multi-agent systems


Chatbot, EBDI, Multi-agent system, Depression, situated intelligent agent.

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