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Subtle characteristics in the spontaneous movement of very young babies may reveal clinically important aspects of their neurodevelopment. Visual assessment of typical movement patterns is effective in early identification of e.g. cerebral palsy (CP). “A three-month-old infant shows frequently occurring stereotypical, dancing-like movements throughout the body and limbs. A noted absence of them is highly predictive of later emergence of CP,” says Sampsa Vanhatalo, professor of clinical neurophysiology, University of Helsinki.
AI identifies key patterns from video footage of infant movements helsinki.fi

A simple video recording of an infant lying in bed can be analyzed with artificial intelligence.