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Help Hopelab Get to SXSW 2019

SXSW was so much fun last year we HAVE to do it again! SXSW Panel Picker is officially open and we need your votes to get to SXSW 2019!  With another round of speaking and panel opportunities around the corner, we need your help to get the voting started. You remember the drill, and if you don’t let us jog your memory:

  1. Click on the links below for more information and to vote
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How easy is that?! What to know what we’ll be discussing? Here’s a sneak peak.

Hard Conversations with Robots What are the complexities of having a hard and personal mental health conversation with an automated chatbot? In this panel presented by Stephanie Greer, Research Lead at Hopelab, we explore the benefits of having an artificial but no so intelligent conversation interface in addressing mental health needs at scale.

What the F- is Wrong with My Teenager?– The teen brain is a chaotic place. Join Caroline FitzGerald, Glen Coppersmith, and Nick Allen as they unpack the teen brain, the chemistry behind those potentially wild emotional mood swing days, and how loneliness, a growing epidemic on college campuses can be reduced.

Voting closes this year on August 30th, 2018 so make sure you give us a thumbs up just like you did last year! We appreciate the support and thank you for voting- fingers crossed we’ll see you again in Austin.

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