Classifying pain-induced and non-pain-induced infant-cry audio recordings

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Hospitals and parents could greatly benefit from an automated infant pain detection tool, as this could help in the early diagnosis of possibly serious medical conditions. This poster presents research on using acoustic cry data to classifying distressed infants.

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Haro, Stephanie, "Classifying pain-induced and non-pain-induced infant-cry audio recordings" (2015). Summer Research Symposium. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/https://DOI: 10.7301/Z0J67DWC

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