Dyad has been recognised as one of the UK's leading start ups by Tech Nation, who have invited the company to join the third iteration of its Applied AI program. The full announcement is available here.
Dyad joins a cohort of 32 leading tech companies, with almost a third of the group focusing on healthcare and associated services.
Sam Beni, Applied AI programme lead, said:
“Following the turbulence of 2020 with the global pandemic, the number of Applied AI scaleups focussing on transforming the world of healthcare is a beacon of hope for the coming years, and the breadth of industries that these AI scaleups are disrupting is testament to AI’s power to shape the world we live in.”
Steven Hamblin, CEO of Dyad, said:
The Applied AI 3.0 initiative could not be more timely and important. As we recover from the covid pandemic, healthcare systems around the world are facing significant challenges. At Dyad we are working with the NHS and others to improve operational effectiveness and efficiency, and we believe the Tech Nation program is a great opportunity to connect with and learn from a strong community as we work to enhance value-based care globally.