Neureal Partners with Boltt to Bring Predictive AI to Healthcare
Salt Lake City—The hugely disruptive Blockchain-based AI project, Neureal, announces new partnership ahead of their public Token Generation Event.
Forging ahead with their revolutionary vision for the future where access to the most powerful predictive AI is available to all, Neureal teams up with Boltt, one of the leading Mobile Health Tech companies in the field of wearable tech & gamified health apps.
Founded in 2015, Boltt is an end-to-end tech solution provider that improves health of the users by leveraging blockchain and health gamification. Boltt has built a platform and an entire ecosystem around it, that aims to motivate people to maintain their physical activity in a unique approach. Boltt introduces a gamified social interface that makes physical activity fun and addictive for the users. This motivates people and induces behavioral changes in lifestyles to ultimately reach their health and fitness goals.
Boltt also rewards people with Boltt Coins, for taking steps and achieving their health targets, which can then be used to purchase goods and services across a large partner ecosystem. Boltt Coins can be used as a tool of engagement and loyalty, and can be linked to existing loyalty programs of retailers, brands, and service providers. In addition, Boltt Coins can be used as policy discounts by health insurance companies.
When asked how their new partnership will affect the global healthcare industry, Jennifer Greyson, CEO of Powered By Neureal, had this to say: “The ability for us to partner with a long-standing company like Boltt with its existing user base gives us a rich dataset. We can harness Boltt’s user data and return predictive results on how their choices are benefitting them, and start showing the accuracy of AI in matters of health. Accurate decisions in prevention are a first step in moving into the larger segment of healthcare where doctors can work alongside AI to diagnose, treat, and cure the killers wiping out large percentages of our population. Right now, the Top 3 killers in India are cardiovascular disease, respiratory diseases, and tuberculosis. A partnership with Boltt is the first step to dropping these percentages and saving lives.”
Huge advancements are being made in the fields of Healthcare and AI, and their integration certainly looks promising. AI is already being used to manage medical databases and will soon be commonplace in diagnostics and other fields. Partnering with Boltt, and bringing the tool of Predictive AI to the masses will certainly have a profound impact on global healthcare, and we look forward to the bright future these two projects are building.