In early 2015, we realized that there was a wealth of medical knowledge online but no intelligent interpretation or curation of it. We aimed to solve this by creating an Artificial Intelligence engine that could bring a patient to diagnosis based on their current medical state, symptoms and past medical history. In our pursuit we analyzed over 3 million patient records in engineering an AI model that could lead a naive patient right to diagnosis through simple questioning.

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