When a baby starts to cry, new parents have to play a guessing game to figure out why. Hunger? A dirty diaper? Or something more serious, like pain?
Apolline Deroche says some of that guesswork can be eliminated by an app her startup, Cappella, is aiming to launch in November that acts as an AI-powered baby cry translator.
“We’re able to, one, identify there’s a baby crying,” Deroche said. “And two, as soon as the baby starts crying we assign a meaning to the cry. So we can tell whether…