Improving well-being of families and babies, all around the world.
In Zoundream, we use artificial intelligence and sound recognition to analyse and translate newborns' cries sounds. We use cutting edge developments in sound recognition, to the specific field of baby cries. The technology can not only translate cries in real time (e.g. hungry, sleepy). But, also and most important, the goal is to support the identification and diagnosis of potential newborns pathologies and development disorders. Improving well-being of families and babies, all around the world.
Annually, around 130 million babies are born worldwide, with 47 million of these births occurring in developed countries. On average, in these developed nations, new parents invest approximately $10,000 in the first year alone for each baby. This expenditure is on an upward trend. The parenting market is experiencing robust growth, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of about 37%. It is projected to reach a staggering $81 billion by 2025. Baby cries are not just sounds; they are a rich source of information. They communicate the baby's needs, emotions, health, and overall physical condition. Indeed, for small babies, crying is their primary means of communicating with the world around them.