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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Autism and Google Glass

Stanford Researchers Using Google Glass to Help Diagnose and Treat Autism

Chance Miller | October 19, 2015

Google, as we’ve reported several times, has been redirecting its Glass efforts to have more of a focus on the enterprise market and a large part of that comes in the health field. TechCrunch today reports that researchers at Stanford University are using Google Glass to aid children with autism. Specifically, they are using the platform to help them recognize and classify the emotions they feel and see around them.

The Autism Glass Project is using Google Glass to allow children with autism to identify human emotions and recognize social cues. 

<more at; related links: (Google Glass For Autism Diagnosis And Treatment? Why Not, Says Stanford Researchers. October 20, 2015) and (Stanford Researchers Treat Autism With Google Glass. October 19, 2015)>

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