About 180 million individuals globally undergo from infertility. In america, one in eight households have bother conceiving. The statistics are solely getting worse, as male infertility and miscarriages proceed to extend.
Alife Well being, a San Francisco-based startup based by Paxton Maeder-York, thinks it could possibly assist. The startup needs to make use of synthetic intelligence to extend fertility outcomes. Particularly, it needs to optimize in vitro fertilization, a fertility therapy that requires a collection of costly and emotionally-taxing procedures with assorted success charges.
Based final yr, the startup simply raised a $9.5 million seed spherical, led by Lux Capital. Different funding companies embrace Amplo, IA Ventures and Springbank Collective in addition to angel buyers comparable to Anne Wojcicki, the founder and CEO of 23andMe, Fred Moll, the founding father of Intuitive Surgical and Auris, and Amira Yahyaoui, the founding father of Mos and Sequoia Scout.
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