LabLENI Recognized for Top-Cited Paper in Autism Research
LabLENI’s Study on Virtual Reality and Machine Learning for Autism Diagnosis Achieves Top 10 Most-Cited Status in Autism Research Journal
We are thrilled to announce that a research study from LabLENI has been recognized as one of the top 10 most-cited papers in Autism Research. The study, "Eye gaze as a biomarker in the recognition of autism spectrum disorder using virtual reality and machine learning: A proof of concept for diagnosis," highlights the innovative use of virtual reality and eye-tracking tools to provide more objective ASD assessments.

About the Study
Focusing on social communication and interactions, the study involved 55 children and revealed distinct visual attention behaviors between autistic and typically developing children. The research achieved up to 86% accuracy in recognizing ASD using machine learning models based on eye gaze data.

Recognition and Impact
This recognition underscores the significant impact of LabLENI's work within the research community. We are proud to support pioneering contributions to autism research.
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Citation data from Clarivate Analytics. Compared to articles published 1st January 2022 – 31st December 2023

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