The British government has awarded £20m to fund artificial intelligence projects such as a computerised system that advises doctors on the best treatment to give patients. As part of the Turing fellowship scheme, the money will be shared between 15 AI
Led by Elvia Partners SAS, a Parisian investment fund, Inheart SAS completed its first funding round of €3.6 million to improve cardiac arrhythmia treatment using medical imaging, artificial intelligence and digital simulation. The technology is provided as a cloud-based service where cardiologists
Inovio has said it has received a $5 million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to accelerate the testing of a proprietary smart device for intradermal delivery of a vaccine (INO-4800) to treat the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.