A smartphone app called MoodCapture can tell if someone is depressed

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Researchers from Dartmouth say they have made the first smartphone app that blends AI with software for processing facial images. To correctly spot the start of sadness before the person concerned even knows something is wrong.

App MoodCapture regularly records a person’s surroundings and facial emotions with their phone’s front camera. Then, it looks at the pictures to see if there are any clinical signs of sadness. The app correctly identified early signs of sadness 75% of the time in a study with 177 people who were diagnosed with major depressive disorder.

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