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Winrock International, Arkansas Heart Hospital, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and BioVentures today announced the six companies selected to participate... Go to article
Winrock International, Arkansas Heart Hospital, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and BioVentures today announced the six companies selected to participate... Go to article (paywall)
As part of our partnership with MassChallenge, we help support startups through Microsoft software, mentorship, networking, and more. With the launch of PULSE@MassChallenge,... Go to post
The Magic Mountain roller coaster ride of the last week or so in the market seems almost Disney cartoonish. At times like these, investors might be tempted to invest in... Go to article
Healthcare has the highest number of VC-backed artificial intelligence startups
In my previous article, I wrote about the broken healthcare system in the U.S. and I discussed how exactly A.I. will help lower the cost... Go to article
“Pattern recognition was a constant in my explorations at Wesleyan—and what I focused on afterwards,” says Benjamin Fels ’06, explaining the unity behind a seeming diversity of interests. Go to article
We are here to solve massive challenges. You are elite — one of the world’s most impressive, high impact digital health startups. You are one of 504 applicants selected from a pool representing over 30 countries ... Go to article
Dr. Shankar interviews Benjamin Fels for his podcast on healthcare innovation. Go to article
Drew Arenth, Benjamin Fels, and Suvrit Sra of macro-eyes in the U.S. will use statistical machine learning applied to supply chain and immunization data at health facilities in Tanzania to better predict... Go to page
Dreamit Health’s ninth cohort is underway with seven startups taking on heady challenges from using big data analytics in clinical decision support to address opioid addiction and virtual reality to ease... Go to article
Seattle-based macro-eyes, a machine learning company, has unveiled a new solution: Sibyl, artificial intelligence aimed at refining the patient scheduling process. Go to article
Benjamin Thelonious Fels always had an eye for pattern recognition.
The skillset served him well when he secured a degree in art history from Wesleyan University. He carried that degree and perspective into investing as he served as senior trader... Go to article & podcast