A low-cost, Bluetooth enabled electrode cap
An app for data collection and upload to cloud
A Quality Control (QC) algorithm to ensure clean data collection by non-experts
Epilepsy is diagnosed with an electroencephalogram (EEG) machine, which are common. A neurologist interprets the results and makes a diagnosis. A seizure medication is prescribed, and most patients live seizure free.
EEG machines are expensive to buy ($15k min), difficult to operate, and are rare. Neurologists are rare (some nations just 1 per 5 million + people). Medicine is cheap and accessible, while Diagnosis is lacking
Tue Lehn-Schiøler, PhD in AI has experience both as entrepreneur, project manager and Chief Data Scientist in the largest Danish bank.
Radu Gatej, MSc has a strong background in software development and team management.
Paul Loomis, MBA, Former Managing Director of an Emerging Market focused business intelligence firm “The Business Year.”
MSc. Led large scale projects at major Danish companies including Coloplast, Novo Nordisk, and Danish Defence
Jacob Klinge Jacobsen, MBA, Former CEO of Eurofins Pharma, Clinical diagnostics and global business development.
Professor, Head of the Section for Cognitive Systems at DTU Compute and a leading figure in the global AI and machine learning community.
Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School.
Associate professor at DTU Compute Former Director at Nokia, Chipset, Sourcing and Procurement.
Michael Holbech, MSc, MBA, Has a background in both engineering and funding strategy.
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