Automatically Detecting Stereotypical Motions in Autism Spectrum Disorder

The authors of this article have designed an Internet-of-Things (IoT) framework named WearSense that leverages the sensing capabilities of modern smartwatches to detect stereotypic behaviors in children with autism. Their study used the inbuilt accelerometer of a smartwatch to detect three behaviors, including hand flapping , painting, and sibbing that are commonly observed in children with autism.…

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