A SMARTPHONE facial recognition app that can tell if a person is in pain has been on show to medical experts in South Australia.
Brightwater has been working with Curtin University’s Professor Jeff Hughes and PhD candidate Mustafa Atee to develop the Electronic Pain Assessment Tool (ePAT).
ePAT Technologies Scientific Officer recognized as Gold Disruptor winner at the ACS 2016 Digital Disruptor Awards:
The CSIRO Innovation Fund ePAT – real time pain assessment through facial recognition technology for patients that cannot verbally communicate.The CSIRO Innovation Fund
Seaweed that reduces the methane in cow burps and farts, a low-gluten barley for coeliacs, and facial recognition technology that assesses pain in people who can’t talk are among the projects set to attract funding under the Turnbull government’s new $200 million innovation fund.
Emerging Innovators win scholarships to event of the year
60 seconds of a lifetime: Nine Australians present their innovations Creative Innovation 2016 Asia Pacific – The Exponential Shift: Making Transformation Happen 7 – 9 November, Melbourne, Australia
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In the press this weekend – Face videos reveal the hidden pain..
Mustafa Atee wins Innovator of the Year 2016
Mustafa Atee receives the award at the 2016 Mitsubishi Corporation WA Innovator of the Year