Google Glass could help children with autism socialize with others

The high-tech accessory is teaching kids to read facial expressions, a pilot trial suggests

child wearing a Google Glass headset

SAVVY SPECS  Alex, who has autism spectrum disorder, speaks to his mother while using a new Google Glass app that helps him read facial expressions.

Steve Fisch/Stanford School of Medicine

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