Did you know that you can diagnose and monitor chronic diseases through voice?
Although Colive Voice researchers are particularly interested in cancer and diabetes, other chronic diseases are also concerned by the study such as Covid-19, multiple sclerosis, or inflammatory bowel diseases.
Chronic diseases can affect different organs in the body, including the organs involved in voice production (lung, larynx, brain…), which causes the voice to undergo modifications, sometimes inaudible but which can be identified through artificial intelligence. For example, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease can affect the nerves that control the vocal cords.
Identifying vocal biomarkers to better monitor the health of people with chronic diseases
Colive Voice aims to identify vocal biomarkers to revolutionize the monitoring of chronic diseases.
The symptoms accompanying chronic illnesses are multiple: body aches, stress, anxiety and fatigue.
With the identification of vocal biomarkers, these symptoms could soon be easily tracked with a few recordings of our voice on our smartphones. Doctors will be able to personalize treatment and care by tracking the patient’s health status on a daily basis. Voice-based monitoring will simplify patients’ daily lives during their treatment.
Are you living with a chronic disease mentioned above? Do you want to help improve the monitoring of this serious disease? It’s quick and easy, just answer our online questionnaire and record your voice here below.
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