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Scientist to Begin Beta Testing Google Glass Autism Apps Next Year

Scientist and CEO of Brain Power, Ned Sahin, will being beta testing his Google Glass apps for kids with autism in early 2015. December 01, 2014 Scientist and CEO of Brain Power, Ned Sahin, will being beta testing his Google Glass apps for kids with autism in early 2015. His apps, which aim to teach those with autism how to interact with others, improve their eye

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CNBC Breaks Down Google, Autism Speaks Collaboration

“Hopefully, we’re going to save 25 years of research in a matter of 18 to 24 months.” November 06, 2014 CNBC.com previewed a story on the collaboration between Autism Speaks and Google for the AUT10K program, now known as MSSNG. The ambitious program aims to sequence the whole genomes of more than 10,000 individuals with autism and their families. That large amount of data

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Bob Wright Talks ABLE Act, Google on Fox Business

Autism Speaks co-Founder stresses the importance of the ABLE Act for families of children with disabilities. September 11, 2014 (September 11, 2014) – Autism Speaks co-Founder Bob Wright appeared on Fox Business’ Varney & Co. to discuss the Autism Speaks genome project which involves a collaboration with Google, the imporatance of the ABLE Act for families of children with disabilities and embattled NFL player

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Google Glass App Reads Emotions, May Benefit Some with Autism

The app allows users to identify a person(s)’s level of emotion, gender and age. August 28, 2014 (August 28, 2014) – Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute is working on bringing facial recognition to Google Glass. Researchers are working on creating an app for the wearable electronic device that allows users to identify a person(s)’s level of emotion. It also estimates gender and age. The software is

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