Zoundream: Deciphering and mining the data in baby cries

The Zoundream team with CEO and co-founder Roberto Iannone (far L) ©Zoundream

The world’s first algorithm to translate baby cries into actionable insights for parents and hospitals seeks to boost early detection of pathologies and developmental disorders

Anyone still remembers Look Who’s Talking, the popular movie from the ’90s featuring Bruce Willis as the voice of the wisecracking baby, articulating his commentaries and demands? 
Zoundream, a two-year-old startup based out of Barcelona and Basel, has turned fiction into reality by “translating” baby cries. Its team of data and AI scientists has produced a baby monitor capable of detecting a baby’s cries and deciphering them for parents, based on five basic needs – hunger, sleep, pain, gas discomfort and cuddles.
The solution banks on the thousands of hours of babies’ cry...
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