How well does the iPhone’s baby “Cry Translator” app work?



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    The Cry Translator claims to be 96% accurate within 10 seconds of “hearing” a baby’s cry. It is supposed to identify five types of distress: hunger, fatigue, boredom, stress, and annoyance. The application does not claim, however, to identify the cry of a baby who is ill. Developers of the application base their claims on six years of research that produced a 90% accuracy rate.

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