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“Streamlines medical communications and regulatory documents for life science companies, ensuring auditability and compliance.”
AI assistant for sales teams.
Online platform for remote coaching with pro gamers.
Augmented reality platform for live expert-surgeon to on-site surgeon consultations and training.
The health industry’s “first entertainment studio.” Makers of a personalized, evidence-based guided weight loss app with an animated guide.
Makers of FollowApp, “a post-discharge patient monitoring and advocacy program designed to reduce risk of preventable readmission.”
Medical device & protocol for primary caregivers to take high-def, 3D skin images that can be reviewed by a dermatologist, without requiring a specialist visit.
Routing and scheduling system for drivers, optimized by machine learning and real-time adjustments based on weather and other external data.
A phone case with a detachable self-flying mini-drone, with its own camera.
Autonomous robots for submerged oil and gas inspections.
Gamifying physical therapy with VR, while also providing movement analytics.
Probabilistic programming technology for quicker machine learning with less data.
Portable eye-tracking kit for quick, accurate cognitive testing (e.g. for athletes after a hit to the head).
Optical sensor technology for more accurate needle placement in epidurals and other medical procedures.
“Online classes for in-home caregivers.”
People analytics for the workplace.
Marketing platform for B2C marketers, aimed at increasing CLTV by driving more cross-sells and repeat purchases.
Social app for saving up money toward specific goals.
Discovery platform for teenagers to find experiential learning opportunities (summer programs, gap year, etc.).
Yelp for insurance companies.
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