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.
Read the Stanford Medicine magazine article here: http://stanmed.stanford.edu/2018fall/digital-medicine-improve-patient-care.html
For more information: http://autismglass.stanford.edu
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