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June 06, 2019 Thursday 04:14:19 PM IST

Artificial Intelligence Helps Understand Why a Baby is Crying

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A new artificial intelligence method has been devised by research scholars in USA to detect why a baby is crying.

Most mothers have an instinct to understand why a baby is crying- whether it is for food, or feeling sleepy, lonely and experiencing pain. The artificial intelligence method devised by scientists  find out the hidden patterns in the cries and help parents to take steps to stop them from crying. The new cry detection algorithm can find both normal and abnormal cries.


The new method should ease the discomfort of babies quickly and make them grow as healthy babies putting less pressure on pa

Source: www.ieee-jas.org/article/doi/10.1109/JAS.2019.1911435?viewType=HTML&pageType=en




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