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Cognoa’s AI platform for autism diagnosis gets first FDA stamp

[ad_1] Cognoa has gained regulatory recognition for its machine learning software as a class II diagnostic medical device for autism — meaning the digital health startup is now positioned to submit an application for full FDA clearance. It’s a first but important regulatory step for a business...

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Amazon expands its TechStars Alexa Accelerator to London, starts search for second cohort

[ad_1] Amazon continues to tap into the developer community to expand the ubiquity of its Alexa voice-based assistant, and it’s taking the strategy international. Today the company opened applications for the Alexa Accelerator, the program for startups building solutions and services for voice-based assistants, which Amazon...

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Deep-tech startups in healthcare are rising in India, and they’re world-class

[ad_1] From affordable medical devices to applications of AI and genetics to diagnostics, health tech is taking on deeper problems than doctor appointments. / Photo credit: Daniel Frank One in 17 women in the world are likely to develop abnormalities in the breast that can lead...

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New Google-powered AI scans eyes to detect heart disease, stroke risk

[ad_1] Image: ben brain/Digital Camera Magazine via getty imagesBy Monica Chin2018-02-20 19:38:00 UTC The secret to identifying certain health conditions may be hidden in our eyes.  Researchers from Google and its health-tech subsidiary Verily announced on Monday that they have successfully created algorithms to predict whether...

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Think fast – this system watches you answer questions to make sure you’re human

[ad_1] The war against bots is never-ending, though hopefully it doesn’t end in the Skynet-type scenario we all secretly expect. In the meantime it’s more about cutting down on spam, not knocking down hunter-killers. Still, the machines are getting smarter and simple facial recognition may...

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Nuance ends development of the Swype keyboard apps

[ad_1] The party is over for third party keyboards. But hey, it was fun while it lasted. Nuance, the company that acquired veteran swipe-to-type keyboard maker Swype — all the way back in 2011, shelling out a cool $100M — has ended development of its Swype+Dragon...

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