How Swiss start-ups can benefit from Indiaâs health-tech boom - CNNMoney Switzerland
- 2019-09-09 07:00
- By cnnmoney.ch
Keeping watch on a loved one One of the biggest safety concerns for people suffering from dementia-related illnesses is that they become disoriented and wander. The International Red Cross linked up with Team Evolve to create the game, designed to raise awareness about the rules and limits of warfare. Launched last month at PAX South 2020 in San Antonio, Texas, this new game was played 10,000 times in the first week alone. We asked Arvind Krishna, senior vice president of cloud and cognitive software at the American tech giant, what those new computers can really do and when they will available on the market. And Xsensio, which will receive the CES Innovation Award, is developing the “next generation in wearables” with its “Lab-on-Skin” chip, says CEO and co-founder Esmeralda Megally. Tech start-ups L2F and CREAL3D look to build Swiss buzz at CES 2020 Lausanne-based start-up L2F is creating a tool kit for machine learning developers. In part two of our special series leading up to CES 2020, we talk to Swiss tech start-ups about preparations for the event and get a glimpse into their “dream” meetings. Nao, a robot made by the Swiss company Avatarion Technology, sits in the classroom and allows them to follow lessons and interact with their teachers and classmates. Brain Power’s product is sold to many schools in the U.S. but may never make it to market in Switzerland thanks to strict data privacy laws. We caught up with him on a recent trip to Zurich to discuss the relationship between humans and technology and to find out how society treats those who consider themselves trans-species.