A new Israeli device uses artificial intelligence to determine why a baby is crying and communicates the information to parents via their smartphones.
By United with Israel Staff
An Israeli company called LittleOne.Care has developed a cutting-edge palm-sized device that uses artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms to communicate to parents why babies are crying.
The device not only lets parents monitor their babies’ movements, it helps them understand if they need to be fed, are in pain, or simply need a nap, reported Israeli innovation website NoCamels.
The device tracks vital signs and body movements and sends real-time lifesaving alerts in emergencies, in addition to tracking babies’ physical and emotional and development.
The LittleOne.Cares device clips onto babies’ garments and communicates with parents’ smartphones.
“The device fits in the palm of an adult hand and is powered by a narrow neural network – algorithms that identify behavior patterns – personalized to each baby, which processes data from sound and motion sensors,” reported NoCamels.
“[T]his neural network can also recognize a baby’s reason for crying through various algorithms that are built into the system,” according to LittleOne.Care’s Chief Marketing Officer Ami Meoded, who recently spoke with NoCamels.
In addition to Meoded, the technology was pioneered by Shauli Gur Arieh, who served in the served in the IDF’s military intelligence squad Unit 81 and graduated from the Israeli army’s exclusive Talpiot program.
LittleOne.Care is also in the process of developing the world’s largest database of information related to the meaning of babies’ cries.
Currently, the device is being tested by families in the U.S. and Israel.
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