Techstars Montréal AI Accelerator announces their 2021 cohort. BML Technology Managing Director Marc Saab to provide mentorship on digital health strategy
Techstars Montréal AI, part of one of the leading global startup accelerators enabling innovation through creative and powerful relationships has announced the 12 companies comprising the 2021 cohort for its mentorship driven accelerator program.
The Program is focused on companies leveraging AI to create disruptive change. This year’s cohort selection process focused on 3 core themes:
- Core AI: AI is at the core of the product,
- Democratization of AI: The product allows non-experts to use & apply AI
- AI Infrastructure / MLOps: A product that addresses some of the unique challenges faced when running AI systems
BML Technology is proud to have our Managing Director, Marc Saab, take part in the Program as a mentor to these innovative digital health startups. We’re looking forward to hearing from Biotech Square, who is seeking to make new medicine approvals more predictable using AI, as well as F8th Inc, providing behavioral biometric analysis based continuous authentication.
Techstars Montréal AI is excited about this cohort and looks forward to continuing the success of the 30 program alumni companies, many of which are blossoming into solid businesses with growing revenue, employee counts, funding and investment.
Areas of expertise where Marc will share his knowledge include: Medical device regulatory strategy, AI in healthcare, AI Algorithm design, Clinical Application Development, Clinical Validation, Medical Product Development and much more.
We look forward to taking part and contributing to the Montréal startup ecosystem.
About BML Technology
BML Technology understands digital health. At the intersection of medical technology, clinical research and patient-centric healthcare BML drives the mainstream adoption of digital technology in healthcare. Offering a full range of services to the digital health ecosystem BML manages the complex stakeholder interactions necessary to get digital health solutions to market and gain adoption.