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19 April, 2019

LIFEdata finalist @ Viva Technology 2019

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19 April, 2019
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LIFEdata finalist @ Viva Technology 2019

LIFEdata will be part of Sanofi’s Tech4Health Lab during VIVA TECHNOLOGY From May 16 to May 18 2019, Viva Technology will bring together 10,000 startups with top worldwide investors, companies & global tech leaders. We have been selected because Sanofi think our technology could help us to answer big challenges & prepare the future of health. Help Sanofi get the...

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31 October, 2018
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LIFEdata @ MEDICA DISRUPT

Consumers and patients all over the world are benefiting from digitalization in the world of medicine. LIFEdata has been selected to showcase some use cases of its proprietary solution, PersonalHEALTH at MEDICA DISRUPT, within the scope of the MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM. MEDICA is the world’s leading medical trade fair in Düsseldorf which attracts over 5,000 exhibitors from around 70...

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6 October, 2018
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Top 20 Fintech in Europe

After being selected among the 23 most interesting technologies in Europe #fintech and #insurtech by Startupbootcamp FinTech & CyberSecurity Amsterdam with ING, Rabobank, Achmea, Vivat, PGGM, LIFEdata is finalist at F10 Zurich 10, the Zurich based Fintech program working with the Swiss stock exchange, Julius Baer, Baloise, Generali, Zürcher Kantonalbank, PWC, Raiffeisen, ERI Bancaire, Eny Finance #bigdata #ai #digitaltransformation

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1 October, 2018
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Data-driven insurance: $1,000 of free life insurance in exchange for wearable data

Users of Cardiogram, a smartwatch app that uses a deep neural network technology to detect hypertension and sleep apnea, can now get $1,000 in accidental death insurance for free. The deal comes out of a partnership between the technology company and life insurer Amica Life and life and disability payer Greenhouse Life Insurance Company. As part of the deal, insurers...

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29 September, 2018
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Event-driven insurance

John Hancock, one of the largest and oldest insurers in the United States, owned since 2004 by Canada’s Manulife, has announced it will stop selling traditional life insurance and will only market interactive policies that record the exercise activities and data of health of its customers through wearables such as Fitbit or Apple Watch. These types of policies are becoming...

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