The e-Health firm AcceXible, a member of the Basque Health Cluster, has won the Expansión newspaper award in the Health and Biotechnology category sponsored by Novartis-Sandoz.
AcceXible has developed a clinically-proven platform that enables the detection and monitoring of mild cognitive deterioration and dementia though speech analysis. The technology of this start-up from Biscay and funded by Carla and Javier Zaldúa can identify vocal biomarkers using artificial intelligence. This alert system offers remote, non-invasive early diagnosis.
Its operation is simple; all it needs is a device with a microphone and internet connection (telephone, computer, tablet…) to record patients’ voice for 10 minutes and analyse what they say and how. The results are obtained in 2 minutes in a graphic way and can be used to support a clinical diagnosis.
AcceXible is planning a crowdfunding campaign for January through Crowdcube. You can visit their website to pre-register and keep up to date on the next steps for taking part in this project.