Mobile Machine-Learning Program Predicts Autism with High Accuracy
As autism rates continue to rise, the process of getting an autism diagnosis remains arduous and time-consuming for many families. Dennis P. Wall, Ph.D., associate professor of pediatrics and biomedical data science at Stanford University, said the two standard autism diagnostic instruments involve lengthy observation and/or interview processes. If both are used, the process can take more than four hours. That’s a big part of the reason many diagnostic clinics have lengthy waiting lists.