Tag: Machine Learning
Menten AI created the world’s first protein designed on a quantum computer. The feat has huge implications for the world of drug discovery and design—and ultimately for all of us who may benefit from novel therapeutics to treat diseases.
Cumbersome, disparate data sources in highly regulated environments have historically obstructed longitudinal patient views in clinical research. To help clients generate maximum evidence from trials, Precision Digital Health (PDH) developed a cloud-based platform capable of integrating and harmonizing disparate data assets in the R&D and life sciences industry.
Artificial intelligence may be the future, but 90% of AI models developed today don’t make it into production. DarwinAI has set out to solve that problem by enabling organizations to understand and optimize models, making it easier to build what matters.
PulpoAR looks to bring together the digital and physical worlds using augmented reality. The company has launched its platform with the ability to virtually try on makeup online, but plans to expand into other categories, like skincare, in the near future.
Paladin AI is a company that uses machine learning to reinvent the pilot training process. Historically, aviation certifications relied heavily on subjective instructor scoring. The team at Paladin AI is looking to leverage data and ML algorithms to both make process easier and more accurate.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of AWS IoT EduKit, a program that provides an extensible and easy-to-use reference hardware kit, tutorials, and sample code to quickly get started. To get startups excited about the endless possibilities that come with the EduKit, we’re sponsoring a hackathon that challenges you to reinvent healthy spaces with innovative IoT solutions.
In 2019, Dutch fintech startup Floryn started the process to obtain a PSD2 license to also provide customers with insights into their liquidity management and financial health and simplify the customer experience of requesting a business loan. Here’s how they leveraged AWS to do it.
Q Bio is building a digital twin platform that will propel the world into a future where a regular checkup with a doctor is no longer subjective – it’s data driven. They want to capture all the data they can about someone’s health by measuring every single biomarker in the body and cataloging the data, and making it easy to search and analyze. Here’s how they’re doing it.
Austin-based legal technology leader DISCO is on a mission to reinvent the practice of law through software by making lawyers more efficient in everything they do. Founded in 2013, it has revolutionized the way law firms and corporate legal departments operate, using technology and cutting-edge AI to analyze data quickly and free up resources for tasks that require legal judgment. DISCO provides a key competitive advantage in an industry where speed and accuracy are critical.
Today, the healthcare industry is flooded with software. Any given hospital has an EMR, billing software, different portals for every insurance partner, and individual medical tools each with their own interfaces, just to name a few. None of these systems work together, and the downstream effects dehumanizes the care experience. Olive is designed to connect these disparate parts, shining a new light on old processes, connecting providers delivering care and payers reimbursing that care to ultimately drive a better patient experience.