USF: Med/Engineering researchers use facial expression software to help measure pain felt by newborns

USF: Med/Engineering researchers use facial expression software to help measure pain felt by newborns

USF: Med/Engineering researchers use facial expression software to help measure pain felt by newborns

Neonatal experts in the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine are partnering with facial expression recognition experts in the USF College of Engineering to build data that combines known information collected through facial expression recognition capabilities and the known information from nurses who have years of training and on-the-job experience using the neonatal infant pain scale (NIPS).

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