Google Glass helps kids with autism read facial expressions


The Autism Glass Project from Stanford Medicine’s Wall Lab has developed a system using machine learning and artificial intelligence to automate facial expression recognition.

The new form of behavioral therapy uses a Stanford-designed app paired with Google Glass to help children with autism distinguish between eight classical facial expressions indicating happiness, sadness, anger, disgust, surprise, fear, contempt or neutral.

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