A bespoke machine learning technology for the enhancement of women’s health has surpassed its £100,000 crowdfunding target.
Moody Month is an AI platform designed to help women understand their daily and weekly hormone patterns to optimise mental and physical health. Moody connects users with customised health, food and fitness advice based on their moods, symptoms and cycles.
The app has had 136,000 downloads since its version one release in 2019. Users have logged five million moods and symptoms.
The developers are now launching paid subscriptions, with bespoke in-app wellness programs and health-boosting products, tailored to each user.
The company has currently raised £134,314 from 189 investors on Crowdcube.
A statement on the firm’s crowdfunding page said: “Our mission is to put the latest science-based information in the hands of all women. We aim to unleash the power of big data in healthcare by building our AI capability to assist in female healthcare diagnosis and research.
“With this raise, we want to scale our business globally and reach one million subscribers within four years, becoming a sustainable force for good in women’s health.
“We have the skills to execute agile development, continue innovating and drive forward the potential of remote healthcare.”