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Lixil Corp is engaged in the research and development of a system that uses AI to automatically check the shape and size of feces of people living in elderly facilities.
The system uses a toilet that'll has a camera and LEDs on the back of the seat. When the user sits on the seat, the toilet detects the shade and automatically turns on the LEDs. After defecation, the image of feces is taken with the camera.
The system classifies feces into seven categories such as solid, pebble-like feces and liquid-like feces based on the "Bristol Stool Form Scale" international index for feces shapes. It determines not only feces shape but also feces size within a second.
The results of judgment can be checked by staff members with a personal computer, tablet computer, etc.
So it can tell the differenceNo, for that you need the nearest passing zoologist. (None required, in the unhappy case of one friend who has been finding bear scats in her yard. She does not live in the middle of the woods.) The scale is meant specifically for humans. In the case of “elderly facilities” it would assess whether someone, for example, has bona fide constipation that requires medical attention, as opposed to thinking something’s wrong because they don’t conform to some statistical norm. Or, conversely, whether they’ve got a problem that they’re ashamed to tell even the doctor.
Gee. I hope nobody reads this forum while eating breakfast.
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