BBC News

by Chiara Team

February 4, 2019

“There are two important gaps in helping professionals communicate, influence and convince. The first one is that, in traditional training, they can’t practice as much as they’d like. The second gap, the inability to get a totally objective feedback”, Soraya Del Portillo, CHIARA founder, says to BBC Mundo.

“This Spanish psychologist specializing in human resources has created a Virtual Reality application called Chiara that works with artificial intelligence. The idea is to recreate what frightens us”, the web reviews.

“We overcome fear by exposing ourselves to the situations that generates fear”, the specialist says. “It is shown that the more you face a situation, the greater the control of physiological and cognitive responses”.


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