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Oxford Immune Algorithmics

Deploying Big Data, AI, and Machine Learning To Transform Healthcare

About this Event

Oxford Immune Algorithmics (OIA) is a UK health tech company that is fusing biology and technology to create the next generation of personalized and precision medicine. The company’s Algocyte platform combines Artificial General Intelligence, with their proprietary remote blood monitoring device, 3rd party monitoring devices, other self-testing kits, and clinical data to create a comprehensive solution that addresses the huge gaps in information and data interpretation in today’s health care ecosystem.

Their goal is to be the leading remote monitoring with over 100,000,000 users by 2033.

Watch the webinar with OIA’s CEO, Michelle Lea, as she shares how their Algocyte AI platform can develop a complete picture of a person’s health from a single drop of blood.

Video On Demand

– Recorded

March 20


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