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AI voice diagnostics for heart failure

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Noah Labs UG is setting new standards in telemedical monitoring through its AI technology. By analyzing the sound of the patient's voice, the Berlin-based start-up enables early detection of heart failure and improved treatment of cardiac deterioration.
Find out in our interview how this development is changing conventional patient care and contributing to sustainable support for the healthcare system.

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Tim Plato
Editorial team

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Interview: AI recognizing heart failure through voice analysis
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AI recognizing heart failure through voice analysis


Image: Woman holding a cell phone in her hand in front of her face and speaking into it
In the future, artificial intelligence will monitor patients with advanced heart failure telemedically by the sound of their voice. This will make it possible to detect and treat deterioration at an early stage. The Berlin start-up Noah Labs UG has developed the AI required for this.
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AI recognizing heart failure through voice analysis
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Advanced cell sorting with laser and AI



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