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November 9th, 2010
11:32 AM ET

THE BIG I: Mental Health App


Today's Big I highlights a smart phone app for US troops that tracks their mental health.  Its called T2 Mood Tracker.

For more details on the T2 Mood Tracker, click here.

To see other research and developments at the Defense Centers of Excellence, click here.


Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors • The Big I
soundoff (6 Responses)
  1. Joe

    As a person, a Vet, a grunt and one of the people who liked to jump out of perfectly good airplanes,, this 'app" is frickin stupid.

    Your telling me that people in the Military need a CELL PHONE to tell if they are in a bad mood, HA!

    These guys are in it for the money or in it for the future money gathered from the data.

    They didnt answer the secu' question either.

    I really hope you do not push this anymore because: 1, Its just stupid. 2, Its not secure, if someone can hack into the App and because you can track Cells, you can now track where that App is used (Nat' Secu'). Now they can say, 2000 use this App at FT Campbell, 5000 at FT Bliss and so on.
    3, Its just frickin STUPID, go make money off other people.

    November 9, 2010 at 2:14 pm |
  2. Joe

    My bad, its a free App.... But it is still not secure. Someone knows the number of the user. Getting a name from a number is not hard. If people dont think the DOD or the makers can/will do this, I have a 5,000 sqft home for $20,000 in France, just send me your banck info to hold it for you.

    November 9, 2010 at 2:25 pm |
  3. Joe

    I forgot.. Its STUID.

    November 9, 2010 at 2:26 pm |
  4. Joe

    Get it?

    November 9, 2010 at 2:26 pm |
  5. Cathy Osika

    Is'nt trying to disrupt the airways for Thanksgiving by slowing down security checks an act of terror in itself

    November 16, 2010 at 1:15 pm |
  6. Patrick

    Ali your driving me crazy. There have been several living people who have received the Congressional Medal of Honor since 1976. Senator Daniel Inouye of HI was awarded the medal in 2005. Others have received the medal in the 1990's.

    November 16, 2010 at 2:38 pm |