[Worldkings] Top innovation events in the world (P. 102) Spring launches IVFinfo.AI – The world’s first website to provide AI Chatbot for fertility support (Hungary)


(Worldkings.org) A Budapest-based company has launched the world’s first ‘AI-powered’ platform to support couples struggling to conceive.

IVFinfo.AI, developed by Spring Molecular Diagnostics, is a multilingual website featuring an AI chatbot that can answer questions about assisted reproduction (ART) and fertility.


Until now, there has been an information asymmetry in the field of ART, with limited access to accurate and reliable information for patients undergoing the stressful process of a program.

Due to AI’s ability to reply using large sets of data, explain complex topics in simple terms and offer the possibility of follow-up questions, Spring believes its new concept will help and support patients on their fertility journey.

Miklós Nyiri, CEO of Spring, says: “We’re proud to be leading the charge in providing AI-based quality information about assisted reproduction and fertility. IVFinfo.AI is different from other general AI-powered services available today.

“With a focus on accuracy and confidentiality, IVFinfo.AI offers up-to-date information on ART and fertility, helping users make informed decisions.

“We believe that it is an important step forward in terms of levelling the playing field for patients, and we’re excited to see the impact it will have on the lives of our users.”

Around four million ART cycles are estimated each year, with about one million babies born.


Research in the application of AI healthcare continues to accelerate rapidly, with potential use cases being demonstrated across the healthcare sector including drug discovery, virtual clinical consultation, disease diagnosis, medication management and health monitoring.

Studies have shown that AI could have an important role to play in the healthcare offerings of the future for both patients and clinicians.

Currently, AI chatbots are being used by patients to identify symptoms and recommend further actions in community and primary care settings.

Some researchers believe these can soon be integrated with wearable devices such as smartwatches to provide insights to both patients and caregivers in improving their behaviour, sleep and general wellness.


According to femtechworld.co.uk

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