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We’re Open to Developers!

We are kickstarting our first doc.ai developer meeting and invite you to join us! At this meeting, we’ll give you a sneak preview of the developer platform that we’re currently working on and that we are opening for the community to use and build upon.

This will be led and organized by both our engineering and AI teams, as well as, our Chief Science Officer, Jeremy Howard.

When: Wednesday, March 21st from 6 until 8.30 pm

Where: Galvanize 44 Tehama Str. CA 94105 San Francisco

Food and drinks provided!

If you’re interested in the confluence of AI, health tech, and Blockchain -

If you’re excited by the new level of technology innovation and the potential for real social impact -

If you’re interested in using cryptocurrency and more specifically the $NRN — This is for you. Join us and make your mark.

Register here to attend!

Next to our science board and our blockchain board, we have decided to open a third advisory council with leaders from patient organizations. With them, we are opening our network to patients advocacy groups to help us build a patient-controlled ecosystem in which it is possible to collect all their medical data to develop insights and predictions.

Today we’re excited to welcome Sean Arhens to this new board. Sean is the founder of Crohnology a patient-powered research network with more than 10.000 patients that allows patients with Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative colitis to contribute to the research for the cure.

Check Sean’s work here, we can’t wait to have him more involved in our work along with his entire community and help them collect their multi-omics data and why not, organize their own data trial.

We’re still on course to start shipping our beta version of the neuron network end of this month.

We thank our friends at SVAI for their support for this meeting. SVAI is a San Francisco based non-profit organizing scientific lectures and cooperative research gatherings on disease and challenging problems in life sciences by organizing monthly lecture series, regularly bringing together engineers and scientists. The SVAI community reaches extensively into the Bay Area’s AI/ML and biomedical circles and we maintain strong relationships across industry, academia and startups.