It is common to hear and read negative, saddening and disheartning news stories these days, and psychologists believe that constant exposure to such news may have an unwanted effect on mental health. Keeping this in mind, Google is rolling out a new ‘Tell me something good’ experimental feature for the Google Assistant users in the US. With the new feature, users will be able to say “Hey Google, tell me something good” and receive a brief news summary about people “who are solving problems for our communities and our world.” Google says that these stories are sourced from many media outlets and are curated and summarised by the Solutions Journalism Network, which is a non-partisan nonprofit organisation that focuses on highlighting those actions that can have positive results.
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