Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Using AI to diagnose neurological diseases based on motor impairment

(University of Heidelberg) The observation and analysis of movement patterns is part of basic research and one of the most important instruments for non-invasive diagnostics of neurological diseases in clinical applications. Researchers led by computer scientist Prof. Dr Björn Ommer of Heidelberg University have developed a new computer-based approach in this context which uses artificial intelligence to recognise motor impairments fully automatically and, through their analysis, provides information about the type of the underlying disease.