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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

Executive Summary

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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