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FaceMe coins “Cardiac Coach”

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    CardieX CEO Craig Cooper is headed to his birth place, New Zealand.

    What will he be doing there? Apart from running and swimming, I hope he’s slotting in crucial talks with Danny Tomsett, founder and CEO of FaceMe.

    FaceMe creates “digital humans”. Using IBM’s Watson technology, the Auckland-based firm has developed a female avatar that can be used for coaching patients with a range of maladies…eg heart issues, mental health problems and diabetes.

    In other words, the FaceMe coaching tech aligns squarely with the conventional human coaching activities being conducted by CDX’s California-based inHealth Medical Services affiliate.

    FaceMe has recently updated its website to include a special section on Health.

    Headed “Health Solutions”, the new section features a video tagged “Cardiac Coach – demonstration of in-home care”.

    “The promise of AI is the promise of transformative technology", FaceMe says.

    “AI pioneers like FaceMe are exploring using digital technology to augment human activity and fulfil functions that have historically fallen through the cracks, due to a lack of consistent and specialised human engagement.

    “In this video, FaceMe and the Centre for Digital Business explore the application of artificial intelligence and digital humans in a domain which they and expert practitioners believe will have a positive impact on lives: cardiac coaches.”

    The FaceMe coaching tech raises questions for Craig Cooper and his InHealth CEO Aubrey Jenkins.

    Can InHealth human coaches:

    . Be available immediately and anywhere 24/7?

    . Access thousands of answers, just one question away?

    . Scale infinitely to meet high demand at low cost?

    . Always be consistent and never forget?

    Meanwhile, IBM has also been busy updating its website.

    The site now features FaceMe.

    “Customers love the speed and convenience of digital channels but the absence of personal interactions makes it harder for businesses to differentiate themselves”, IBM says.

    “FaceMe uses IBM technologies to create life-like Digital Humans who respond to spoken enquiries in a natural way – providing help, advice and the all important “human” touch.”

    If Craig Cooper can’t clinch a global health coaching deal with fellow Kiwi Danny Tomsett then I’m sure a CDX health coaching competitor will.

    Apart from visiting New Zealand, Craig Cooper is jetting to Australia for talks with “key stakeholders and partners”.

    These may include CDX broker Taylor Collison, two institutional backers, $CVC and SG Hiscock and Sydney surgeon Paul Cozzi.

    And Cooper is likely to spend time with Niall Cairns, co-owner of C2 Ventures, CDX’s largest shareholder.

    Cairns recently replaced Donal O’Dwyer as chairman pending recruitment of a US-based chairman.

    Cooper and Cairns may well be preparing an important announcement.






 
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