Determination of the severity of autism spectrum disorder is based in part on expert (but subjective) clinician observations during the ADOS-2. Two characteristics of child vocalizations—a smaller number of speech-like sounds per vocalization and higher pitched vocalizations (including cries)—were associated with greater autism symptom severity. Read more “Objective Measurement of Vocalizations in the Assessment of Autism Symptoms in Preschool-Age Children”
Simulating COVID19 Transmission From Observed Movement: An Agent-Based Model of Classroom Dispersion
A team of University of Miami researchers has put together an extensive study simulating the spread of COVID-19 based on observed movement using RIFD systems and modeled on classroom dispersion.