Deep Learning AI Leader Vyasa Analytics Selected for 2020 MassChallenge HealthTech Accelerator
Vyasa Joins Cohort of 27 Startups to Tackle Leading Healthcare Challenges
Vyasa Analytics, an innovative provider of highly scalable deep-learning AI analytics software, has been selected to join the 2020 MassChallenge HealthTech program, a startup accelerator that matches later-stage digital health startups with industry experts to accelerate innovation and transform healthcare. Vyasa was selected to join this cohort, alongside 26 other digital health startups, because of its innovation in the field that can help tackle some of healthcare’s biggest challenges and improve patient experience.
“We’re eager to begin working with our MassChallenge HealthTech Champion Partners to provide our deep learning AI software solutions for their innovative use cases.”
“Becoming a part of the MassChallenge HealthTech cohort means a lot to us, especially given the expertise and innovation found among the other applicants,” said Dr. Christopher Bouton, founder and CEO of Vyasa. “We’re eager to begin working with our MassChallenge HealthTech Champion Partners to provide our deep learning AI software solutions for their innovative use cases.”
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Vyasa’s deep learning software solutions, including Layar, Synapse and Cortex, enable highly scalable, deep-learning AI based text and image analytics in the life sciences and healthcare verticals. A key differentiator for Vyasa is their Layar data fabric architecture which enables secure, integrated data management for deep learning AI analytics in existing client data environments. Clients that employ Vyasa’s solutions can better utilize their enterprise data for decision making and business efficiency gains thereby translating to better patient experiences and healthcare outcomes.
Throughout the program, Vyasa will work with various Champion Partners that will facilitate key advisor introductions, pilots, research and investment opportunities. The company will also gain access to curriculum tailored to its focus areas, co-working office space, industry experts and more.
“We are excited to welcome Vyasa Analytics into the 2020 cohort, and we look forward to the work they will accomplish with their Champion Partners to impact healthcare,” said Nick Dougherty, Managing Director of MassChallenge HealthTech.
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