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Clinical app that detects pain gets $2m trial extension – NEWS.com.au

The Federal Government has extended its funding period for a national trial involving an innovative app that helps aged care residents score pain in real time.PainChek is a clinically-validated phone app that uses artificial intelligence and facial recognition to assess micro-expressions on a person’s face and identify the presence and severity of pain.
The technology identifies pain within minutes and from up to three metres away.
The Federal Government invested $5 million in April last year …

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