Researchers at Brown University have produced an audio detection tool that analyzes a baby's cry to see if the cause is harmless or the issue is more serious.
It's part of a joint project between Brown and Women & Infants Hospital.
The goal of researchers is to spot trends in babies with neurological problems or developmental disorders.
It works by evaluating 80 different acoustic parameters.
Each one has clues about a baby's health.
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