A new app which monitors facial expressions to assess mood and then suggests the perfect food to lift or the spirits, or...

A new app which monitors facial expressions to assess mood and then suggests the perfect food to lift or the spirits, or quell anxiety, has been developed by scientists at Oxford University. Professor Charles Spence an experimental scientist has teamed up with food delivery service'Just Eat' to launch new 'mood mapping' technology which is being trialled for the first time this weekend ahead of a roll out later this year.

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