DeepScribe Raises $30M to Become First Widely Accepted Application of AI

DeepScribe Raises _30M to Become First Widely Accepted Application of AI-01 (1)

DeepScribe, an application for voice technology and AI in health care, announced that it has raised $ 30 million led by Nina Achadjian at Index Ventures, with the participation of Alex Wang, CEO of Scale.ai; Dylan Field, CEO of Figma; and existing investors of Bee Partners, Stage 2 Capital, and 1984 Ventures. DeepScribe is the first company that uses the AI ​​that doctors rely on to access their important medical records.

DeepScribe’s AI-enabled medical author eases the burden on physicians on capturing boring data that allows them to focus on their patients and deliver high-quality, compassionate care without endangering their own health.

Read More: https://venturebeat.com/2022/01/11/deepscribe-raises-30m-to-become-first-widely-accepted-application-of-voice-ai-in-healthcare/

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