Kazakh startup will help fight stroke in Uzbekistan
The Kazakh company Cerebra has agreed to work with two hospitals in Uzbekistan in a pilot mode. The company announced this on its personal page in social networks.
The Almaty company Cerebra has been developing technologies in the field of artificial intelligence since 2018. The program has become an assistant to neuroscientists, which allows you to automatically detect a stroke in 10 minutes.
Currently, the program has been activated in 18 stroke centers in Kazakhstan and is producing results.
Project manager Doszhan Zhusupov said that several requests for cooperation had been received from several foreign countries.
“Currently, our company intends to enter foreign markets, there are already agreements. Since our project is still a startup, it is important to show investors that our project is working successfully. Uzbekistan is the first country that has officially started working with us,” Doszhan Zhusupov shared.
Recall that Cerebra entered the top ten best MedTech projects in the world in the Medtronic competition and was recognized as the best innovative startup according to Ernst & Young.