Navya Davuluri, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Curie AI, a virtual respiratory care provider, discusses how they are leveraging AI to capture sleep noises and patterns to proactively get ahead of COPD and other respiratory issues. She talks about why management of COPD has been difficult for patients, why people in urban environments tend to have more respiratory issues than in suburban, how living in a rural area affects treatment options and access to care, and why healthcare is slow to adopt AI.
Navya Davuluri, a co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Curie AI, is an expert in the application of bioengineering techniques to the monitoring of chronic health conditions. Navya earned her bachelor’s degree in bioinformatics at the University of California, Santa Cruz and earned her doctorate in biomedical engineering at the University of Southern California. After serving for more than three years on the digital health team at Samsung, Navya became an entrepreneur-in-residence at the Stanford University Research Institute, focusing on the use of voice assisted platforms in the monitoring of health. She established Curie AI in 2018.