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biologit MLM-AI Platform is Live!!!

biologit MLM-AI Platform is Live!!!

biologit's team has been working hard completing validation and getting ready to launch our AI-powered medical literature monitoring platform for Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Safety: biologit MLM-AI.
We have finalised a Pilot and a Beta Programme with the valuable input and support from industry leaders. Thank you!
biologit MLM-AI Platform is ready!!!
biologit also offers Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Safety services.
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AI Women Leadership Award

AI Women Leadership Award

Nicole Baker received the AI Women Leadership Award.

biologit takes €1M & seeks to use AI developed at Trinity College Dublin to disrupt the Pharmacovigilance market

biologit takes €1M & seeks to use AI developed at Trinity College Dublin to disrupt the Pharmacovigilance market

A new spinoff startup venture from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland focuses on the potentially lucrative but hard to penetrate eClinical trials market recently received a million Euros in seed money from a group of impressive industry--insider investors. Called biologit, the startup focuses on Drug Safety, an important area long dominated in industry by pharmacovigilance-focused system Argus Safety, originally developed by Relsys and now owned by Oracle. Investors are eClinical insiders including the founder of Longboat Clinical, a clinical trials platform, as well as a life science veteran executive and Enterprise Ireland.

Top 12 Natural Language Processing for good startups in 2022

Top 12 Natural Language Processing for good startups in 2022

biologit shortlisted by Omdena as startup working on NLP for good. The Omdena “Impact Tech Startups Series” comprises game-changing startups, stories, and thought-leadership pieces from leading impact ventures solving real-world problems.

SiliconRepublic - 11 Irish start-ups with high potential to take research to the next level

SiliconRepublic - 11 Irish start-ups with high potential to take research to the next level

Here are some of the many research-based high-potential Irish tech start-ups backed by Enterprise Ireland in 2021.