An AI app named MoodCapture is being developed to track depression

It analyzes facial expressions and surroundings captured when users unlock their phones

Trained on data from people with depression, the app identifies worsening symptoms

Current accuracy is 75% and is expected to reach 90%

MoodCapture suggests coping mechanisms like exercise or socializing

Unlike warnings from other apps, it aims to be supportive

Frequent monitoring allows for quicker response to depression compared to traditional methods

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