Deep learning of recorded behaviour discriminates visual losses in infants

The analysis of behavioural patterns from standardized video recordings of infants with varying degrees of visual impairment allows, via deep learning, to discriminate the infants by visual-impairment severity and by ophthalmological condition.

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Chief Editor, Nature Biomedical Engineering, Nature Research

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The cover illustrates the deep-learning-based classification of infants by ophthalmic condition via a deep-learning algorithm trained on standardized video recordings of the behaviour of infants with varying degrees of visual impairment.

See Long et al.

Image: Haotian Lin and Yifan Xiang, Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center, Sun Yat-sen University. Cover design: Alex Wing