When enough people care about autism or global warming, it helps everyone, even if only a tiny fraction actively participates.
In this case that fraction is technology which has already given doctors and educators outstanding ways of treatment for any kind of disease.
In the past few years the number of children suffering from autism unfortunately increases which means that professors should undertake other methods to prevent it.
Developers have created Kinect based solution where Kinect treats kids suffering from autism later there has also been developed Kienct therapy for autistic people in general.
The latest tech company to come out with an autism tool is Samsung, which just launched “Look At Me” Android app which can help kids learn how to better maintain eye contact, something that many people with autism have difficulty doing.
The app was developed by doctors and professors from Seoul National University Bandag Hospital and Yonsei University Department of Psychology. The app uses photos, facial recognition tech and a series of games to help kids read emotions and communicate with other people.
The app has been tested on 20 children for eight weeks and 60 percent of kids tests showed improvement in making eye contact.

 

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