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Vocal Biomarker

Vocal patterns have been used by clinical psychologists and psychoanalysts for analyzing personality traits of patients, and helping creation of headway in clinical and medical investigations.

Recent breakthroughs in the healthcare sector have led to the development of a unique diagnostic tool known as vocal biomarker, by combining the concept of biological markers with the aforementioned methodology to analyze personality traits.

These vocal biomarkers are deemed to have immense potential in diagnosing disease based on vocal cues.

As part of ongoing breakthroughs, a group of researchers from the New York University Langone Medical Center is developing a machine learning-based artificial intelligence (AI) system that would be capable of analyzing various voice characteristics that include rhythm, tone, and pitch from patients.

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Vocal Biomarker Market: Taxonomy and Segmentation Analysis

This report also offers a scrutinized study on the global market for vocal biomarker in terms of a segmentation analysis.

The market has been divided into four key segments, namely, indication, end-user, technique, and region. These segments have been analyzed in detail, engulfing market forecasts and estimates at a country and regional level.

The segmentation analysis offered can be useful for the report readers in understanding probable opportunities and potential markets for the target product – vocal biomarker.

A taxonomy table incorporated in the report illustrates all the market segments in a systematic manner as depicted below.

Region
  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • Japan
  • APEJ
  • MEA
Technique
  • Frequency
  • Amplitude
  • Error Rate
  • Vocal Rise Or Fall Time
  • Phonation Time
  • Voice Tremor
  • Pitch
  • Other Types
End User
  • Hospitals & Clinics
  • CROs
  • Academic and Research Center
  • Other End User
Indication
  • Psychiatric Disorders
  • Respiratory Disorders
  • Cardiovascular Disorders
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Other Disorder
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