America’s top mental health doctor, Dr. Tom Insel, is leaving his post as head of the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health and joining ... Google.

Insel told a crowd at Chicago Ideas Week that he would like to use Google’s data-mining tools to diagnose and treat mental health at time when suicides in the U.S. are on the rise.

Insel said that he would like to develop a phone or a wearable sensor to measure a subject's mood, cognition, anxiety, and sleeping and eating patterns.

Mobile and cyber technology analyst Vivek Nasta told Shepard Smith that this will eventually happen. It's just a question of when.

"If they can limit it somehow, if they can allow someone to volunteer their 'mood swing inventory' to give scientists a better idea of how to prevent a suicide ... good," Nasta said. "But this is way, way beyond that."

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