This startup can predict heart failure over the phone using AI and speech recognition

Get the Full StoryGetty Images sanjagrujic developed technology to save thousands of people from suffering cardiac arrests.

The company combines advanced voice and pattern recognition technology to predict these cardiac arrest cases in real time.

The technology will enable first-aid responders to arrive faster and provide better-informed treatment.

Corti is being rolled out across Europe and is also expanding into the US.

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Danish startup Corti will launch its artificial intelligence AI for detecting cardiac arrest across Europe this summer. The European Emergency Number Association EENA announced the partnership with Corti at a recent conference in Slovenia.

AI can outperform human judgment in life-or-death situations

The AI from Corti acts as a digital assistant for dispatchers taking emergency calls. The software uses automatic speech recognition to analyze the call in situations where every minute counts.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: The dangerous mistake people make about heart attacks is assuming the signs are the same for everyoneSee Also:DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: CES 2018 healthtech roundup AI digital assistant can help emergency dispatchers UnitedHealthcare adds new digital featuresA lawyer who represents cruise-ship workers explains one thing passengers do that's terrible for some crew membersWhat it's really like living in New York City on a 100,000 salarySEE ALSO: Bystander defibrillator use tied to better cardiac arrest outcomes