Scientists are using fitness trackers and AI to detect depression with ‘80% accuracy’

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Scientists are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI) for the early detection of mental health disorders such as depression and schizophrenia. Unlike, for example, kidney disease, which is relatively easy to diagnose, conditions like anxiety or depression have no specific biomarkers that can be picked up with a simple test. Patients with the same mental disorder can present many different symptoms, which can make it challenging for physicians to diagnose them early and accurately. Study finds Botox may help treat some mental health disorders by dampening emotionsScientists from N…

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