As doctors begin experimenting with Virtual Reality, some surprising discoveries are being made. Dr. Kim Bullock, a neuropsychiatrist at Stanford University, has been studying VR to treat severe anxiety. It turns out that the VR treatment was having a significant (and very positive) side effect. Her patients are finding it helps with chronic pain issues.
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Emory Craig is a writer, speaker, and consultant specializing in virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) with a rich background in art, new media, and higher education. A sought-after speaker at international conferences, he shares his unique insights on innovation and collaborates with universities, nonprofits, businesses, and international organizations to develop transformative initiatives in XR, AI, and digital ethics. Passionate about harnessing the potential of cutting-edge technologies, he explores the ethical ramifications of blending the real with the virtual, sparking meaningful conversations about the future of human experience in an increasingly interconnected world.