CES 2022: Defying Omicron, World’s Biggest Tech Show Goes Live In Las Vegas
CES 2022 is missing some marquee names due to the coronavirus surge, but there’s still plenty to take in at the intersection of digital health and consumer tech. In this roundup, Medtech Insight highlights some standouts, with commentary from company leaders.
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Roundup: AI-Powered Assistive Hearing Devices Scream With Personalization; Femtech From Baby Makers To Menopause
In this first of a two-part roundup from CES, Medtech Insight tunes into two companies that developed assistive hearing devices, OrCam Hear and Concha Labs, and three women’s health companies focusing on menopausal symptoms and an app to track the “baby-making” journey.
Kintsugi is developing an AI-driven software that analyzes voice to detect depression and anxiety, offering clinicians an early screening tool in call centers, telehealth and remote monitoring.
CES 2023 will be dedicating two days of programming to digital health, and AARP will be featuring 18 start-ups, panel discussions, programming, and pitching events.