Swedish researchers build dyslexia screening tool with cloud-based analytics solution
[Lexplore], founded by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, built a dyslexia screening tool for young children. Using a repository of eye-tracking data and an analytical engine built with cloud-based Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, [Lexplore] aims to help schools identify students at risk for dyslexia significantly earlier than current screening tests. With early diagnosis, students can receive appropriate treatments to boost learning skills and improve academic performance.
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