It takes over $2.5B and 10 years to produce one drug. Artificial Intelligence has the power to halve each of that. Enter, BenevolentAI.
Application of virtual reality in medical surgical practice
Deepstream VR is creating virtual reality games and tying them up with biofeedback sensors to develop experiences which help patients surmount pain. This has the potential to not only reduce pain effectively but also reduce opioid addiction.
Augmedix is using Google Glass and its own remote scribe service to humanize the doctor / patient relationship
John Hancock introduces a program called Vitality, which rewards consumers for healthy behavior based on data collected by Fitbit.
Birchbox’s core value proposition hinged on leveraging data to delight consumers and beauty brands, but as the market for subscription boxes cools, can Birchbox hold onto its competitive edge?
Peloton uses the best in technology to elevate the indoor cycling experience for riders.
Propeller Health helps patients manage their asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) with a 'smart inhaler' sensor attachment linked to a data-driven mobile app,
Julep is taping into the social nature of the beauty market to crowdsource new product design so consumers have the products they want to buy in a much faster timeline than traditional big beauty brands.
Iodine is the ‘Yelp of Medicine,’ creating tremendous value by crowdsourcing reviews of pharmaceuticals to help patients make better-informed choices about their medications. But the question remains: can they capture any of that value?