Device lets babies communicate their pain through color

A University of Rochester School of Nursing researcher has developed a device that uses artificial intelligence to translate a baby's pain into colors. Martin Schiavenato recently was awarded a $350,000 grant to develop his orb prototype into a bedside device that will alert nurses and physicians that an infant is in distress.

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