Brightlamp has developed an app that relies on deep learning to spot concussions in those who've been hit hard in the head.
The solution uses machine learning to identify anomalies in brain scans that even physicians have a hard time spotting.
The app aims to help users work out what symptoms they have and offer them information on what might be the cause.
The contest invites developers to create apps that use Amazon's Alexa voice-enabled technology and Amazon Web Services cloud infrastructure to help patients recently diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.
Users will get a feel of a sympathetic physician who will ask intelligible, dynamically generated questions in natural language.
The company's SaaS offering will adapt to each user's needs, helping them change their behavior, follow doctor's orders more closely, and build healthier habits.
Said mHealth unit provided online hospital appointment booking services, online consultations with doctors, and online booking of pharmacy deliveries.
Together with the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Meta will work to make its AI platform available to the wider scientific community to improve the speed at which scientists and clinicians gain access to relevant research.
Funds will be used to accelerate R&D in advanced audio and image analysis, data science and new solutions across enterprise, government and healthcare markets.
The service will help users with a range of services from understanding their symptoms to finding the best treatment -- all via a chatbot.