doc.ai beta is ready and you can test it!
Do you want to be amongst the first to test our private beta?
A lot of good news at doc.ai!
Our doc.ai ecosystem is ready to be tested and we are looking forward to receiving your feedback. We are one of the first artificial intelligence (“AI”) companies in healthcare present on the blockchain with a full ecosystem and a cryptocurrency, the “NRN” NEURON Token.
In this first beta version, you will be able to:
- Train your own medical AI by exposing it to new information via our data importers
- Collect all your OMICs-based data; and
- Start contributing to research via data trials initiated by patient organizations, scientists or members of the healthcare industry
Our system is being designed to only transfer personal medical data on an opt-in basis and it consolidates and encrypts this data on the user’s edge device (e.g. the user’s smartphone). This puts users in full ownership and control of their data, which can be shared, sold or donated.
These are the 9 OMICS ready to be collected with the doc.ai app
First smart contracts are ready
for the data provenance verification, the data trial matching, and the NRN cryptocurrency.
Developers portal is ready
it is a platform for the community to build upon and allow anyone to add new Health data sources.
Data scientists portal is ready
with kernels and transient servers including data sets, scientific packages for machine learning and a CPU/GPU farm for training.
Professor Dr. George M. Church, Harvard Medical School,
joins doc.ai’s Science Board.
Dr. George M. Church is Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Health Sciences and Technology at Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is Director of a U.S. Department of Energy Technology Center and a National Institutes of Health Center of Excellence in Genomic Science. His has received numerous awards including the 2011 Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science from the Franklin Institute and election to the National Academy of Sciences and Engineering. George, genetics pioneer is founder of the nonprofit Personal Genome Project (PGP), which since 2005 has gathered publicly shared genomic and health data from around 10,000 volunteers.
Our team has been working really hard for the last 18 months, and we feel great about sharing our beta and all the great progress with you all.
This is only the beginning and there is more to come so stay tuned.
We want to thank all the communities who are supporting our work, thinkers, patients, developers, scientists and people passionate about improving how medical data is used to drive innovation.