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AIME is critical in preventing deaths from diseases such as dengue, malaria, tuberculosis, HIV, and the flu

AIME, Inc. releases dengue prediction platform using Artificial Intelligence

 By BFP Staff  Tuesday, August 18, 2015

By Jamal Robinson
For Immediate release
AIME, Inc. releases dengue prediction platform using Artificial Intelligence Mountain View, CA (August 2015) – AIME, Inc. (Artificial Intelligence in Medical Epidemiology) has developed a platform for detecting dengue using artificial intelligence. Four of the six co-founders met at Singularity University during the 10 week Graduate Studies Program held at NASA Ames Research Park in Mountain View, Ca.
Dr. Dhesi Raja (Malaysia) had been researching and developed the initial platform with Dr. Peter Ho and Professor Ting Choo (Malaysia) for the 3 years prior to joining, Jamal Robinson (United States), Zhen Zhang (United States / China) and Rainer Mallol (Dominican Republic).

• AIME the Future of Disease Prediction
AIME (Artificial Intelligence in Medical Epidemiology) is a disease prediction platform that enables focused preventative public health efforts to reduce infection, improve quality of life, increase economic productivity, and ultimately save lives. AIME creates an index to forewarn government agencies, non-government organizations, communities,
and medical practitioners. AIME is critical in preventing deaths from diseases such as dengue, malaria, tuberculosis, HIV, and the flu.

The AIME team will showcase the platform at Singularity University, Graduate Studies Program closing ceremony on Thursday, August 20, 2015 at the California Theatre in San Jose, CA.

• Validated solution: “We are not sure if our action can save lives but we are certainly sure inaction kills

Currently, governments are expending enormous resources and funding where dengue cases were reported. They conduct massive public health campaigns, and release genetically modified mosquitos into affected areas. AIME’s platform can geolocate exactly up to 400-meter radius on the possible outbreak areas for up to three months in advance. Armed with this information, government and dengue management teams can
use fewer chemicals in targeted geographic areas where outbreak is most likely to occur and also provide targeted information for the outbreak management team and partners.

AIME will improve communication of where and when dengue will occur and which specific neighborhoods or areas should take precautions, without wasting communication costs to reach areas with a low likelihood of outbreak. Instead of using traditional methods of communicating via newspapers, radio and television aids, AIME will distribute educational information and outbreak warnings via telecommunication (text and SMS) and online tools.

About AIME: AIME (Artificial Intelligence in Medical Epidemiology) is a disease prediction platform using artificial intelligence to predict and manage disease outbreaks.
For news media interviews, please contact Jamal Robinson, AIME, Inc., at (260) 804-
1798 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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