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WHO, Stork To Build AI For Maintaining Wellbeing

The World Health Organization (WHO) and Stork Limited, the makers of the well-known free-to-play Goodville farm game adventure app, have collaborated to develop a new artificial intelligence in-game character to aid players in achieving and maintaining physical and emotional well-being.

Goodville is a free-to-download game that combines a traditional farm simulation with an “emotional well-being care app,” allowing players to explore, upgrade, and personalize their farms. It blends knowledge of the game business with a scientific method for tackling mental health problems.

WHO offers players guidance for reaching and sustaining physical and emotional well-being as well as a brand-new in-game character on Goodville named Florence, interesting trips, and in-game events.

According to Alexey Meleshkevich, co-founder of Stork Limited, “games may touch people’s lives, and preserving mental well-being is one of the most crucial components, especially now, when the pandemic, conflict, and general uncertainty have become part of our world.” Goodville uses in-game features and regular psychological assessments to help players attain and normalize their emotional well-being.

Florence can enhance mental and emotional wellbeing.

Working with WHO, Goodville updated Florence’s programming with the most recent knowledge to offer suggestions and counsel in line with WHO’s #HealthyAtHome education initiatives.

Enhancing one’s mental health as well as that of those who might require further care and support.

Exercise: The value of exercise in enhancing bone and muscle strength as well as balance, flexibility, and fitness.

Healthy Diet: Consuming a healthy diet boosts immune systems and lowers the risk of acquiring further health issues, such as obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and some types of cancer.

Stop Smoking: To support people on their journey to live a tobacco-free life, Florence offers information about tobacco cessation techniques and tips for quitting smoking to adult players.

According to Andy Pattison, Team Lead, Digital Channels, WHO, “public health events over the previous number of years have tested our physical and emotional health.” Prioritizing lifestyle choices that advance health and wellbeing, such as regular exercise and a balanced diet, is more crucial than ever. We collaborate with gaming and technology businesses like Stork Limited to put trustworthy health information in people’s hands so they may choose better care for themselves and their loved ones.

After the players respond to a series of interactive questions, Florence customizes a response to fit their needs. Florence uses the best available science and the player’s input to develop a personal plan, providing players with help and direction along the way.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) and Stork Limited, the makers of the well-known free-to-play Goodville farm game adventure app, have collaborated to develop a new artificial intelligence in-game character to aid players in achieving and maintaining physical and emotional well-being.

Goodville is a free-to-download game that combines a traditional farm simulation with an “emotional well-being care app,” allowing players to explore, upgrade, and personalize their farms. It blends knowledge of the game business with a scientific method for tackling mental health problems.

WHO offers players guidance for reaching and sustaining physical and emotional well-being as well as a brand-new in-game character on Goodville named Florence, interesting trips, and in-game events.

According to Alexey Meleshkevich, co-founder of Stork Limited, “games may touch people’s lives, and preserving mental well-being is one of the most crucial components, especially now, when the pandemic, conflict, and general uncertainty have become part of our world.” Goodville uses in-game features and regular psychological assessments to help players attain and normalize their emotional well-being.

Florence can enhance mental and emotional wellbeing.

Working with WHO, Goodville updated Florence’s programming with the most recent knowledge to offer suggestions and counsel in line with WHO’s #HealthyAtHome education initiatives.

Enhancing one’s mental health as well as that of those who might require further care and support.

Exercise: The value of exercise in enhancing bone and muscle strength as well as balance, flexibility, and fitness.

Healthy Diet: Consuming a healthy diet boosts immune systems and lowers the risk of acquiring further health issues, such as obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and some types of cancer.

Stop Smoking: To support people on their journey to live a tobacco-free life, Florence offers information about tobacco cessation techniques and tips for quitting smoking to adult players.

According to Andy Pattison, Team Lead, Digital Channels, WHO, “public health events over the previous number of years have tested our physical and emotional health.” Prioritizing lifestyle choices that advance health and wellbeing, such as regular exercise and a balanced diet, is more crucial than ever. We collaborate with gaming and technology businesses like Stork Limited to put trustworthy health information in people’s hands so they may choose better care for themselves and their loved ones.

After the players respond to a series of interactive questions, Florence customizes a response to fit their needs. Florence uses the best available science and the player’s input to develop a personal plan, providing players with help and direction along the way.

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