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Macro-Eyes secures $2M for rollout of AI-powered STRIATA in Sierra Leone and two other countries


Artificial Intelligence company Macro-Eyes has received $2.1 million to roll out STRIATA in hand-in-hand with Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Health and Sanitation then expand to two additional countries.

In 2020, Macro Eyes partnered with the MoHS and the Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI) to create the pilot STRIATA-Infrastructure based on an intelligent health systems index that offers visibility in the health systems readiness process. STRIATA also helped the ministry in decision-making when allocating Covid-19 resources to areas most in need.

The company will further deploy expert in-the-loop machine learning technology to capture ground truth which then enhances STRIATA’s intelligence. Macro-Eyes is yet to disclose the two countries where they will deploy this technology.

On the website, Macro-Eyes says that it works in environments with little or no conventional data alongside some of the most sophisticated customers. It also mentions that they work with the governments of Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Mozambique, Tanzania, and the United States. It works hand-in-hand with USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the US Department of Defense.

Source  Macro-Eyes


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