As I’ve posted before, I’m interested in tracking my brain / cognitive health over time as much as my blood and body physiology: Best Methods for Tracking Cognitive / Brain Health with Age?
So this caught my eye:
News Story on this:
WHAT IT DOES
The online application called FuturSelf uses a novel AI model of human psychology that estimates a user’s psychological age and creates a personalised mental health programme based on their psychological profile.
The web service is based on the results of an academic research project by Deep Longevity in partnership with Dr Nancy Etcoff of the Harvard Medical School.
Product Website: For insurances — Deep Longevity
It doesn’t look like its actually available yet.
MobiHealthNews also reported on this similar product:
In other news, Australia-based Cogstate launched early this year its digital brain assessment tool Cogmate in Taiwan and Hong Kong. The web and mobile platform renders a user’s brain performance index, which is a measure of cognition, such as memory and decision making.
Cogstate announced that CogMate, the global multilingual version of its NouKNOW digital tool for self-assessment of brain performance, will be distributed by pharmaceutical firm Eisai in the two Asian markets.
WHAT IT DOES
Accessible via web and mobile devices, CogMate is a non-medical device for brain performance assessment. It renders what is called the Brain Performance Index, which measures aspects of cognition, such as memory and decision making. The results, according to the company, can inform lifestyle advice for maintaining brain performance.
CogMate is a global multilingual version of the NouKNOW® tool available in Japan; both assess brain performance using tests from the Cogstate Brief Battery (CBB). CogMate provides immediate results and can be deployed via a PC, tablet, or smartphone.
Seems like its a product that is being made available via traditional medical channels, not direct to consumer: