Finding A Rock ‘n Roll Moment In Dementia Diagnostics
Computational Scientists Merge Neurology And AI Into Dementia Diagnostic Tool Whose Promise Rose Sharply On Alzheimer’s Drug Approval In The US
Find a problem and develop the solution for it: so goes the accepted wisdom for successful health care technology adoption. But as Cognetivity Neurosciences CEO Sina Habibi demonstrates, the reverse can also provide a very valid business pathway.
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