Canada, McGill University
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This device is a 3D-printed robotic arm that uses artificial intelligence to save lives. Meet Inspire. Inspire records a person's breathing sounds, and then diagnoses which respiratory conditions a person might have, and also the best treatments they should take. I trained Inspire on over 800 sound samples with Azure's automated machine learning services, which yielded more than 0.99 area under the curve score, and over 92% in validation accuracy.
Laurence is a software developer and mechanical engineering student at McGill University.
Technologies we are looking to use in our projects
App Services (Mobile & Web
Bots and Robotics