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Researchers at the University of Washington are asking the public for help training a new mobile app that is built to recognize coughing sounds so that it can one day monitor coughs from self-quarantined COVID-19 patients. Before it can achieve that goal, though, researchers at UW need to amass a large amount of vocal data — coughs, sneezes, throat-clearing, speech, laughter and more — from a wide variety of demographics in order to accurately train the software to detect different sounds. Betsy Foresman has the details on the new app.

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