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Gaze-tracking smartphone app designed to screen toddlers for autism

The app was tested on 993 toddlers with an average age of 21 months, which is the age at which autism spectrum disorder is often identified

Although it’s certainly best to start addressing autism as early as possible, the disorder is often difficult to detect in young children. A new iOS app has been designed to help, by tracking a child’s eyes as they watch videos.

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