A new computational approach to autism screening utilizing digital biomarkers shows promise

Researchers at the University of Chicago have developed a novel computational approach that can reliably predict an eventual diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in young children, without the need for additional blood work or procedures, using only diagnostic codes from past doctor’s visits. The new approach reportedly reduces the number of false-positive ASD diagnoses… Continue reading A new computational approach to autism screening utilizing digital biomarkers shows promise

Virtual reality avatar to help physiotherapy at home

Researchers from the University of Warwick showed that virtual reality (VR) combined with 3D Motion capture could allow movements to be translated onto an avatar that the patient can follow. They accomplished this using consumer VR technologies currently available. Research showed that these consumer virtual reality technologies could be used for both providing guidance to… Continue reading Virtual reality avatar to help physiotherapy at home

Artificial Intelligence app to predict meningioma survival

Researchers recently published a study that shows proof of concept for how artificial intelligence can help doctors and brain tumor patients predicting survival and help make better treatment decisions. This study is published in Nature partner journal Digital Medicine. They also developed an open-source smartphone app meningioma.app to allow clinicians and other researchers to interactively… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence app to predict meningioma survival