Researchers are looking to artificial intelligence (AI) as a way to potentially identify and predict problem gambling.
One program from Mindway AI, a company with ties to Denmark's Aarhus University, relies on psychologists to train AI algorithms to detect behaviors associated with problem gambling.
The program scores 14 risk factors from 1 to 100 and generates a risk assessment for each player.
However, there are concerns about how to explain such data to players.
While some online gaming companies use pop-up messaging, texts, or emails, Mindway's Rasmus Kjærgaard said the data could be used to personalize phone calls to players.
From The New York Times
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