Montreal, QC -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/08/2017 -- Mind.Me is an all new mobile application that has been developed to help millions of people around the world to diagnose, manage and predict depression. It is a passive app that can be used by both patients as well as caregivers. The developers of this revolutionary solution to the problem of depression have proudly announced that they are taking the community on board for this project and they are therefore raising funds for this app on the crowdfunding platform of Indiegogo.
"We have assembled a skeleton team, completed a functional prototype and are now able to diagnose depression with 91% accuracy." Said Jonathan Levitt, co-founder while announcing the crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. "We are self-financed and have tested our prototype with 700 people, in 22 countries in 4 languages." He added. According to Jonathan, the app has been created by patients for patients because two out of the three co-founders of mind.me suffer from mental health conditions.
The goal of this project is to raise a sum of CAD $500,000 through this Indiegogo campaign and the app has a potential of helping millions of patients worldwide that are directly or indirectly suffering from depression. Once installed on a mobile device, the app requires no input or effort from the user. The creators are welcoming everyone to donate as much as they can for this revolutionary initiative.
The Indiegogo Campaign is located on the web at: www.indiegogo.com/projects/mind-me-depression-is-real-take-back-control-mobile and supporters from around the world can back this mental health initiative by making pledges and donations that can range from CAD $5 to CAD $25,000 or more. Each pledge offers a great reward and more details are available on the Indiegogo page of the project.
Mind.Me is a revolutionary mobile application that has been created to diagnose and manage depression in human beings. The prototype version of the app detects depression with 91% accuracy. The creators of this project are now raising funds for the final version. Therefore, they are welcoming the global community to make donations and pledges to their crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo and help humanity like never before.
Contact Person: Jonathan Levitt
Company: mind.me (Mind Mental Health Technologies Inc.)