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Kindom app developers Gry Stene (left) and Catherine Resnick. Photo: Philip Gostelow.

WA startup develops smarter parenting app

Imagine typing ‘why has my three-year old stopped talking?’ into your phone and having an artificially intelligent program consider your family’s and child’s personal circumstances, guide you through a series of questions, and provide suggestions.

A Claremont-based startup has developed an app to help families record, analyse and report information about their child’s development, which they can then use to gain better insights, as well as share data with health and education providers.

Called Kindom, the app has been developed by KinChip Systems directors Gry Stene and Catherine Resnick, who have turned to crowdfunding site Indiegogo with an initial target of raising $US50,000 to bring their product to market.

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