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“Our new health feature will provide users with even better fit predictions as well as the possibility to monitor changes to their bodies, alerting them when to proactively take action; whether that’s signing up for online physical therapy or seeing a local doctor,” says Artem Semjanow, co-founder and CEO of

A user scans their feet using the Neatsy app on the iPhone, fills in their profile, and receives individual foot data, including length, width, and arch details. The database contains anonymized 3D scans with diagnoses confirmed by actual doctors. Neatsy’s machine-learning (ML) algorithm compares the scans of a customer’s feet to the scans of those with diagnosed ailments and alerts them if there is a potential need to see a doctor. Neatsy is the first to use a 3D model autoencoder in its phone application. The program is a neural network tasked with creating low-dimensional, informative embeddings to compress a point cloud from tens of thousands of points to hundreds of numbers without losing information. The team adapted foldingNet, added regularizations and changed the architecture so that the final model fits in a mobile phone and extracts maximum accuracy.

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For example, the app can detect flat feet or bunions developing, give recommendations for corrective foot exercises and allow the purchase of orthotics insoles and other corrective orthopedic products via vendors such as Fulton and Flystep.

The core features are being researched in collaboration with Harvard Medical School (Foot & Ankle Research and Innovation Lab) and Massachusetts General Hospital. These experts are collaborating with Neatsy’s team to explore the extent to which a smartphone can be used to diagnose orthopedic conditions, which is a potential game-changer in the ever evolving world of healthtech and telehealth.

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