Fast and precise diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases using artificial intelligence.
„Every three seconds, someone in the world gets dementia. Yet primary care systems only identify less than a third of patients.“
Problems in diagnosing dementia
Difficulty of diagnosis
Lack of specialists
Late disease detection
Around the world, more than 55 million patients suffer from the syndrome of dementia. By 2030, this figure is likely to rise to almost 78 million and by 2050, up to 139 million patients are expected. Alongside a decline in function and other medical complications, this high prevalence also has severe economic and social consequences.
We are currently working on algorithms using AI in these fields of diagnostics.