Students impress with ‘a pretty cool idea’ using AI

Friday, August 11, 2017

NeuroGate members Zeqi Cui, left, Hrishikesh Suresh, centre, and Declan Goncalves, right, make their pitch and give a demonstration at the Imagine Cup international finals in Redmond, Washington.A pair of second-year students at Waterloo Engineering already have their sights set on commercialization of a medical diagnostic tool after an impressive showing at an international pitch competition sponsored by Microsoft.

Declan Goncalves and Zeqi Cui are two-thirds of the brains behind NeuroGate, computer software that uses sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) to diagnose neurodegenerative diseases including Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and ALS.

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