The global fight against rare genetic diseases has a new tool in its arsenal for early diagnoses of these dreaded conditions—facial recognition software.

Researchers at the National Human Genome Research Institute have successfully leveraged the software to help diagnose DiGeorge syndrome, a rare genetic disease that afflicts African, Asian and Latin American children. The technology has also been used for diagnosing Down syndrome.

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