Umano is a human analytics AI platform to provide a unique resolution for all behavioral cues for mental health including autistic, ADHD people and their families.
This story from the life experience of founders, where behavioral cues are the biggest challenge for autism and ADHD people and families.
There are six emotional quotients, read as, happiness, anger, fear, disgust, surprise, and contempt.
Emotion Scoring will be awareness (15%), attraction (20%), engagement (15%), affectivity (10%) and influence (20%).
We are integrating Micro expressions theory by Paul Ekman, neural networks sensor principles, predictive performance modeling and deep machine learning data representations.
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Around 700,000 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum. Together with their families, this means autism is a part of daily life for 2.8 million people. Autistic people may appear to behave unusually. There will generally be a reason for this: it can be an attempt to communicate, or a way of coping with a particular situation.
Knowing what causes challenging behavior can help you to develop ways of dealing with it. Using digital skills to resolve such-like cues and using data while suggesting ways that how to behave better is a unique thing to do in nature.
We know that social care support can be a lifeline for autistic people, helping them to lead fulfilling and rewarding lives. But we know that many autistic people aren’t getting the help they need from their local council. We will continue to campaign for more funding for care to be spent on the support that can most benefit autistic adults.
Our research and development from there show that Umano app will eventually save NHS £67 mln per year.
The term ‘Connected Umano Health’ is the term used to describe how health care functions in the digital health industry. The “connected digital health industry” aims to maximize healthcare resources and provide flexible opportunities for patients to engage with clinicians and vice versa, with a goal of better self-care. Hardware tools can be used to supplement patient treatment through remote monitoring and communication, and to keep track of a patient’s progress as they move through the healthcare chain.
We are a social enterprise and Cambridge social venture health tech organization. We do aim to collaborate with other academic institutions and AI research health organizations to generate evidence better. We have other collaborations going on on an ongoing basis with MIT digital lab and brain power for evidence purposes.
We aim to make the Umano more in-house and all the skills to build the software and resources to make this happen is desirable.
The central idea of using Umano in clinical trials is remote monitoring thanks to fast data throughput. Through remote monitoring solutions, clinical trial administrators are able to extend trials more effectively outside dedicated testing facilities and into the homes and schools of trial participants, delivering insights from autistic ADHD people and their families in between visits to clinical trial sites, while reducing costs along the way. One thing to note, however, is that on-site monitoring is still required by regulation for some critical study, though remote monitoring is seen as an acceptable addition to the process.
Reference Videos :-
Dennnis Hall from Stanford Medicine on Enterprise Google Glass https://youtu.be/BZ3Zv6_OlvI
Ned Sahin from Brain Power on Autism https://youtu.be/FhoaWGDUUAk
Realeyes and Mars on Linking emotions to Sales at the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science https://vimeo.com/185942981