11-Year Old Girl Develops AI-Based Eye Scanning Software
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According to NDTV, Leena Rafeeq, an 11-year-old from Kerala, has created an artificial intelligence (AI)-based application. Using a special scanning technique, the program finds eye disorders and other conditions that are associated to them.
The scan is carried out using an iPhone in this technique. The name of Rafeeq’s program is “Ogler EyeScan.” The article continued that the software was created when she was 10 years old.
She published a video on LinkedIn describing the operation of her application and a summary of it. According to the post, the program could analyze a number of factors, including light and colour intensity, distance, and look-up locations, to find the eyes within the frame’s range.
This is accomplished through the use of “sophisticated computer vision and machine learning” within the application. She continued that the software can also check for issues with light bursts and determine whether the eyes are positioned precisely inside the scanner frame.
She explains what she has learnt about advanced Apple iOS development, which includes sensors data, augmented reality, createML, coreML, and more: “I learned more about different eye conditions, computer vision, algorithms, machine learning models, and more.” when asked how she came to learn about various machine learning models and artificial intelligence.
She made it clear that her app, Ogler Eyescan, only functions on iPhones running iOS 16 and later. She did, however, claim that the Google Play Store was reviewing her application. According to the story, she is hoping that the app will soon be featured there.
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