Music streaming platform Spotify founder Daniel Ek has launched a new startup called Neko Health based in Sweden, which specializes in providing body scans powered by artificial intelligence (AI). Daniel Ek is attempting to create waves in the field of healthcare technology after completely changing the music industry.
The Spotify founder built the company with Hjalmar Nilsonne, who is a co-founder and CEO of Neko Health, with the vision to create a healthcare system that can help people stay healthy through preventive measures and early detection, according to Neko Health`s LinkedIn post.
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With the aid of AI, the brand-new healthcare startup Neko Health says it can accurately scan a person’s body and deliver results in a matter of minutes. Neko Health claimed they had spent four years conducting extensive study and product development with the goal of keeping people healthy through early identification and preventative actions.
Starting today, people who have skin and heart concerns can experience the Neko Body Scan and get an extensive examination of their health in our first health center on Regeringsgatan 61 in central Stockholm. The scan is non-invasive, takes just a few minutes to perform, and is followed immediately by an in-person doctor’s consultation to discuss the results. All diagnostic results are ready during your visit – no waiting is required. The Neko scan is a truly personalized experience centered around you, and it seamlessly tracks changes over time – so you do not have to.
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According to the startup, people with skin and heart issues can get the Neko Body Scan and a thorough examination of their health in their first health center in Stockholm, Sweden.
Ek and Nilsonne founded HJN Sverige, now Neko Health, in 2018 and have since raised more than 30 million pounds (approximately $32 million) in funding, primarily from Ek and his moonshot investment firm Prima Materia.