Voice-Tracking App Can Help Bipolar Sufferers Manage Their Moods

Voice-Tracking App Can Help Bipolar Sufferers Manage Their Moods
technology

Technology to help people stay on top of their chronic conditions.

Ross Brooks
  • 14 may 2014

One of the most challenging aspects of dealing with Bipolar disorder is not knowing when your mood with suddenly switch from one extreme to the other. To try and offer people a way of staying one step ahead, a team from the University of Michigan’s Depression Center have developed an experimental new smartphone app called PRIORI. The app is able to monitor a person’s voice during everyday phone conversations in order to detect early signs of mood changes.

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