Today there’s a number of consumer technologies that collect a vast array of data points covering all aspects of a person’s health. These range from smartwatches to home DNA test kits and diary apps where users log meals or symptoms each day.
However, these solutions are fragmented, with no technology connecting them to consider an individual’s health as a whole. We each generate vast amounts of relevant health data - available at our fingertips via our smartphones - yet little to none of this data is used for improving our health.
At the same time, rapid developments in artificial intelligence and accelerated computing have made it possible to unlock value in this data for the consumer, in the form of preventative measures, early detection mechanisms and telemonitoring solutions operating seamlessly through the user’s mobile and wearable devices and interoperating with healthcare providers. Our founding team’s strong quantitative foundations as a mathematician and quantitative biologist has led us to building these AI-driven technologies to empower consumers to take control of their own health and drive better health outcomes.