Could new research in cognition effect cosmetic medicine?

Clevermind I/O is allowing researchers to build new data-driven models of cognition and mental health.

Facebook is tracking your interests and selling you to advertisers. Google does something similar. How granular can it get? It's possible that new technologies might allow to build cognitive models that have never been seen before... Take a look at Clevermind I/O

If we could predict decision making, performance and behaviors in humans with at least pretty decent accuracy, what would that mean for cosmetic medicine? Could we use new tools that could slice and dice way that humans think, and how they feel?

Right now Clevermind I/O is providing a suite of technology tools that researchers have never had access to, and they're doing it for free.

Could we use facial recognition tools and facial mapping to make better decisions about how fillers will change a the shape of a patients lips? Could we identify the patients who are most likely to be unhappy or sue? Could we track changes over time?

I don't know what might come from the combination of human interactions and assessments with machine learning. Perhaps our machine overloards do.