Clinomic receives seven million euros
The start-up from Aachen, Germany, wants to support intensive care medicine with the help of AI, and a first voice assistant called Mona has been developed. Now Clinomic has raised money from Austria and Germany.
The spin-off of the RWTH Aachen Clinomic has raised seven million euros in capital, as Gründerszene reported. Family offices and private investors from Austria and Germany are involved. Clinomic deals with the challenges of intensive care medicine and has developed an AI called Mona, which supports medical staff in assessing patients and their treatment.
Mona is not yet to be found in intensive care units. The AI is advertised on its website as "Alexa with a PhD". The two founders of Clinomic, Lukas Martin and Arne Peine, are intensive care physicians themselves. They promise that Mona will reduce the administrative and documentation workload, giving intensive care physicians more time for their patients.
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