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Mental health technology startup Behavidence eyes further funding for app

Company has been awarded a contract with the US Department of Veterans Affairs 

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The app monitors how a person uses their smartphone for symptoms of mental health disorders

The app monitors how a person uses their smartphone for symptoms of mental health disorders

The app monitors how a person uses their smartphone for symptoms of mental health disorders

Fresh off securing $1.2m (€1m), mental health startup Behavidence is raising funds again as it plans its expansion.

The firm, based in Dublin but with a team scattered around the world, has developed an app using artificial intelligence to monitor how a person uses their smartphone for symptoms of mental health disorders.


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