Infermedica’s sophisticated AI algorithms for giving online diagnoses is now being used by Microsoft’s Healthcare Bot.
In an attempt to bring a ‘modicum of normalcy’ to a post-COVID-19 world, the device, which in the future will be used in public places such as airports, museums, and train stations is already operating in two hospitals.
The report by PKO BP shows that 91 percent of startup founders in Poland are men, they employ over 30 staff and 10 percent of the 3,000 start-ups operating in the country co-operate with the financial sector,
The app from start-up company Immersion was commissioned by the US government and uses digital avatars and videos to guide medical staff step by step, explaining how to properly put on a mask and other specific actions needed before dealing with infected patients.
By providing gamers with a place for them to sell items they win while playing video games, SkinWallet saw turnover exceed 1 million PLN in March this year and the team behind the success are now looking to float on the New Connect market.
With multiple medical conditions known to cause changes in how we speak, which is one of the first signs of emerging illnesses, Kraków startup Techmo has developed a clever app to help early detection.
Company is now worth PLN 43 million having been founded by man with just $3,000 in his pocket.
The “Automatic Reviewer – Intelligent Book Recommendation System” uses deep learning technology and natural language processing. These enable its software to mimic the workings of the human brain and read, understand and derive meaning from human languages – in this case, the content of a book.
Founded by 25-year-old Jakub Kreft, Unicorn VR has been hailed for helping kids develop their social and communication skills.
MakeGrowLab beat off competition from 170 entrants to take first place in the Polish edition of the competition and will now go on to compete in Canada against 25 others for the World prize and 1 million USD.