Maggie

Translate baby noises into English using machine learning!

Maggie translates baby cries for 0 to 12 month year olds into 5 essential causes of stress. The translations can help distinguish the unique cries your baby makes. Maggie can bridge the gap for new or inexperienced caregivers by promoting intuitive responses for the best care possible.

Reviews

 
  • Allen KorenevskyData visualization and statistics expert
    Pros: 

    You can decipher what a baby is trying to say. Can be trivial to life saving

    Cons: 

    Not sure what the signal to noise ratio for a baby is. Thus, not sure how well the app can translate. Better than nothing though!

    It's a good problem to solve, and there are definitely patterns that can be surfaced that new parents might miss.

    Allen Korenevsky has never used this product.

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Amazing. Request for product: An app that uses ML to translate cat meowing into english.
Chris MessinaHunterPro@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
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Mark B.@sbmarkb · Product Manager, CJ Affiliate
I have a real baby; this is a bogus app. After attempting to use for a full day with our 3-month-old, the app rarely waited more than a second or two to begin "translation" and nearly always suggested "I'm uncomfortable" even when it should have detected coo's and giggles in the sample. I try not to write negative reviews, but if this is intended as anything more than a gimmick (which does not appear to be the case based on the website)... no words.
Enfant@enfanttech · Maggie
@sbmarkb Hi Mark, we're sorry you feel that way and we're working on it. Our intentions are to reduce frustration, not increase it. We're currently focusing on stress related cries since we wanted to help caregivers reduce the time it takes to help their babies. We want to eventually look at neutral (boredom, hiccups) as well as positive sounds (laughing), even tracking stages of language development (cooing to babbling for example), and we have a dedicated team trying to do it. Thanks for your time and would like to hear your input, our email is enfanttech@gmail.com
David Carpe@passingnotes · Thinker & Layabout
is there an app coming for slurring drunks that presents coherent english? that would be dope.
Chris MessinaHunterPro@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
ML for good! Also, this is such a perfectly narrow domain that Alexa will likely NEVER go after.
Mohammad Rajabifard@morajabi · Co-Founder There.PM, Product Engineer
That's super cool! I think after some iterates they can for sure improve it further :)